Largest energy importers threatened by rising North Korean tensions

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North Korea's increased military activity in March 2017 appears to be escalating security risks across North East Asia. US military intervention remains an outlier scenario but as the neighbouring countries – China, Japan and South Korea – are the world's largest energy importers, any disruption to regional trade flows through actual, or even threatened armed conflict, could have significant knock-on impacts across the energy industry. Wood Mackenzie data taken from our Upstream Service, Product Market Service, LNG Tool and Coal Market Service quantifies and frames the energy risks at stake.

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