Japan, Korea, and Taiwan: what to look for in 2016

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Report summary

With 2015 now in the rear-view mirror, we highlight a number of new signposts that could define Japan, Korea, and Taiwan in 2016. 

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Table of contents

    • Retail power market to open up in April – Tokyo will be the epicenter of competition
    • JERA consolidates fuel and upstream divisions – but what signals will they give the market in 2016?
    • Expecting a resolution on coal policy
    • New buyers will emerge with the start-up of the Boryeong LNG terminal
    • South Korea to streamline its environmental policies
    • New leadership to pave new path for Taiwan's energy policy and fuel mix
    • Taiwan's LNG demand to slow in 2016, but renewed appetite for LNG contracting

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:


  • Japan retail switching survey
  • European retail switching rates
  • Coal plant capacity status by region (end-2015)
  • Expected nuclear starts/restarts in JKT in 2016

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