Japan, Korea Seek Alternative Fuels, Demand Cuts Ahead of Winter

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High LNG prices, uncertainty over Russian LNG supplies and sweltering summer heat waves are forcing Japan and South Korea to devise new measures to avert power shortages ahead of winter. The measures could go from using more coal and nuclear in power generation to implementing gas demand reduction measures.

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