Fall of natural gas prices speeds energy shift in East Asia

WALL STREET JOURNAL 🔒| Natural gas in East Asia costs about the same as coal for the first time, a milestone that is likely to accelerate the region’s U.S.-style energy transformation. Even before the new coronavirus rocked markets, governments in South Korea, Taiwan and China were pivoting to cleaner-burning natural gas. Since February, the pandemic has pushed the price of liquefied natural gas to record lows, enabling them to move faster.

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