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Is China’s commitment to natural gas weakening?

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China Perspectives is part of our China In Depth service. Click here for more detail.

China has long seen natural gas as a logical solution to its huge environmental challenges and government policy has been directed towards encouraging its use, along with nuclear power and, more recently, renewables. But China’s 13th Five-Year Plan for Energy, published earlier this month, refrained from setting a target for gas use in 2020; for the first time, it established a range for gas...

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