South Korea's Kogas CEO Sets Out Transition Plans

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As South Korea's largest LNG importer and sole gas wholesaler, Kogas has to grapple with defending its domestic market share while plotting a decarbonization strategy. Kogas' outgoing CEO Hee-Bong Chae talked to Energy Intelligence about the way the company is dealing with LNG market volatility and its plans to go greener on the sidelines of the recent World Gas Conference in South Korea.

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