Natural Gas Policy and Regulation
China is urging its domestic gas industry to adopt carbon capture and storage, as part of an early policy push to ensure a decarbonised future for the sector.
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China may implement a fragmented natural gas pricing system to suit different market conditions across the country, as it contemplates findings from an ongoing pilot scheme.
The United States Department of Energy has granted approval for a second project to export LNG to nations without US free trade agreements, but this approval comes with conditions.