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Gas regulator scopes LNG imports for government

Gavin Evans
Wed, 03 Mar 2021

LNG imports 'near-farcical' scenario — PEPANZ.
Gavin Evans
Wed, 03 Mar 2021
The gas industry regulator is seeking advice on the role that imports and extra gas storage could play to help meet the government’s goal of making electricity generation 100% renewable by 2030.The government asked the Gas Industry Company — the industry’s co-regulator — to test whether market, commercial and regulatory arrangements are sufficient to ensure there are enough flexible gas supplies out to 2030 to help meet that goal and the country’s 2050 net-zero carbon target.That work got underway in January but th...

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