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Shift in South Korea energy policy brings boon for LNG

New president moving to reduce nuclear, coal use

DENPASAR, Indonesia -- Liquefied natural gas exporters will be excited by the prospects of state-backed Korea Gas returning to the buyers' table following moves by newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in to shift the country's power-generation mix away from coal to natural gas to cut pollution.

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