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India surpasses China in terms of demand for LNG to fight pollution!
December 28, 2018
China’s sensational increment in LNG imports in the course of recent years may have grabbed eyeballs, yet India may well have surpassed its neighbor in opting for the cleanest and fast-growing non-renewable energy source!
India’s natural gas consumption is seen rising 4.9% every year to 2040, exceeding the 4.7% of China, as indicated by the International Energy Agency. The Indian government is leaving no stone unturned to support the utilization of natural gas to battle air pollution and is advancing the development of gas foundations, including four extra LNG hosting terminals under works.
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