SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Not even China’s voracious appetite for liquefied natural gas may be enough to absorb the additional supplies hitting the market this year, with the price of the super-chilled fuel potentially a casualty.

FILE PHOTO: Snow-covered transfer lines are seen at the Dominion Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Lusby, Maryland March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo

While China’s LNG imports got off to a rollicking start in 2019, it’s unlikely that

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