Gas Buyers Poised to Commit on South Korea Atomic Shift: Energy
Oct 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post
South Korea's plan to almost halve its planned use of atomic power will encourage the world's second-largest buyer of liquefied natural gas to sign new supply deals, according to Woodside Petroleum Ltd. The likely increased demand from Korea, which taxes coal to discourage use of the dirtier-burning fuel, will give buyers such as Korea Gas Corp.
#1 Oct 16, 2013
Once again, for anyone interested in the energy policy, why nukular is eye evil - more money for the oilmen.
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