HORIZON: COP26: South Korea's Greener Targets Create Uncertainty for LNG

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Tougher emissions reduction targets look set to increase renewables' share of South Korea's power mix at the expense of LNG and coal. But LNG imports are still expected to grow over the next decade as coal and nuclear plants shut.

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Low-Carbon Policy, Hydrogen, Nuclear Policy, LNG Demand, Nuclear Newbuilds, Renewable Electricity , Policy and Regulation, Gas-Fired Electricity
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