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The coal sector is facing economic and environmental challenges that threaten future demand, but there is still room for growth in some markets. Greater volumes of imported LNG are essential to gas market growth in Pakistan, and private initiatives look likely to go ahead. However, the pace of growth is still likely to fall short of government targets.
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However, the country is almost entirely dependent on imports for its gas supplies — and its supply mix is set to change. Falling costs and government policies are expected to help support substantial battery storage capacity expansions this year.
The Netherlands is expected to become an increasingly large net importer of gas. The country is transitioning away from gas, but this will take time and production is already falling.
A change in government could result in a shift in energy policy — with implications for the power sector. The Philippines has long been touted as a potential LNG importer and a market with long-term growth potential. However, even with a number of projects moving forward, challenges remain.
After substantial growth in its installed wind capacity in , China expects to see further significant expansion this year despite government efforts to ease its subsidy burden. South Korea is lowering taxes for LNG and raising them for coal, a move that will benefit gas consumption. The Drax power plant in North Yorkshire has started a pilot programme to capture carbon from bioenergy — a first for the UK and the world.
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