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21. China Set to Top Japan as World's Biggest Natural Gas Importer03.01.2018   12:52 
Beijing’s crackdown on pollution has put China on track to overtake Japan this year as the world’s biggest importer of natural gas, used to replace coal, Reuters reported.   China - already the biggest importer of oil and coal - is the world’s third biggest user of natural gas
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22. China's Chongqing Gas Exchange Aims To Be Asia Price Benchmark02.01.2018   13:43 
China plans to launch a natural gas exchange in Chongqing in early 2018, aiming to create an Asian price benchmark as the nation’s use of the fuel surges amid its shift away from coal, Reuters reported.   China is the world’s third-biggest consumer of natural gas behind the United
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23. Belgrade is now allowed to re-export Russian gas20.12.2017   13:09 
Serbia is allowed to re-export Russian gas and there is an option to connect to Turkish Stream, international agencies reported.   Russia's government said it adopted an amendment of an intergovernmental agreement with Serbia to allow the Southeast European country to re-export Russian natural
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24. Borissov: The Interconnector with Turkey Will Be Ready in July 201820.12.2017   16:39 
The interconnector with Turkey will be ready in July 2018, Boyko Borissov, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria told reporters in Brussels on the occasion of a publication in a Turkish newspaper that Turkish Stream would deviate to Bulgaria, instead of Greece. He reminded that an inspection of the construction
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