What happens in the power sectors of Japan and South Korea – the world’s two leading LNG importers – will affect not only gas demand in both countries but also international LNG trade.
There are similarities and stark contrasts in the generation strategies of the Japanese and South Korean governments. Both countries are committed to reducing emissions and boosting renewables, and both want to increase energy efficiency. However, the two countries have very different views on the role that nuclear and coal should play in the...
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