A liquefied natural gas storage facility of China Resources Gas in Xiangyang, in China’s Hubei province. Photo: Reuters

China pollution fight will lead to record year for natural gas demand, but not terrible shortages and price spikes, experts say

  • Last year, many villagers were left without heat after Beijing’s ‘war on pollution’ accelerated plans to replace boilers and stoves using coal with units using natural gas, overwhelming the supply of the cleaner burning fuel.
Topic |   Beijing air pollution

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A liquefied natural gas storage facility of China Resources Gas in Xiangyang, in China’s Hubei province. Photo: Reuters
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