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14 August 2014

China's gas reforms on track as city gate prices rise again

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China's latest gas price increase shows the government's commitment to continue raising tariffs. The motivations behind the increase are mixed and reflect some of the key challenges facing the sector with the government hoping to encourage accelerated investment in domestic unconventional gas exploration, support rising levels of imports and to rationalise gas use by industry.

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