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JERA forced to look abroad for growth


JERA forced to look abroad for growth

Report summary

On Wednesday, 10 February 2016, JERA released its first business plan through 2030. While the new plan has a lower range of future LNG demand than previously stated, there was an explicit strategy to become a global energy company, with aggressive internationalisation goals. 

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