Near-doubling of Chinese demand for gas by 2019 offsets slowdown in other regions 'Golden Age' of gas coming to China, IEA says in latest five-year outlook
Natural Gas is seen as a good source of electricity supply for a number of economic, operational and environmental reasons: it is low-risk (technically and financially), lower carbon relative to other fossil fuels, and gas plants can be built relatively quickly in around two years, unlike nuclear facilities, which can take much longer.
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