China’s Wintry Energy Mix, Part 2: Fueling the Shift to Gas

China’s natural gas demand soared in late 2017, primarily because of restrictions on coal use during the winter, providing a boost to global prices. Stronger natural gas import volumes are likely in 2018, although the surge in recent months probably won’t continue. Cost and competition hurdles will slow the overall adoption of gas as a power source, despite aggressive national targets.

Posted March 9, 2018
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