China’s Energy Future: How The Middle Kingdom Learned To Love LNG

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By 2015, China aims to reduce its dependency on coal and in the process double its natural gas capacity, mainly in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG) which it has targeted to have an 8.3% share in the primary energy mix.

Find out here how the world's most carbon-heavy nation is embracing natural gas as a main stay in its energy future.


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