Tag Archives: LNG

No faulty towers, if you please

By Eric Watkins LOS ANGELES, June 4 – Will followers of the Bronte Sisters win out after all? Will the historically famous countryside near their family home be forever spared the view of wind towers as many literati and country … Continue reading

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Japan’s risky LNG strategy

By Eric Watkins LOS ANGELES, May 25 – Liquefied natural gas has fast become the fuel of choice in Japan, a choice that looks to be extending into the future given the indecision of the country’s policy makers over the … Continue reading

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Japanese money pulls in LNG

By Eric Watkins LOS ANGELES, May 7 – There can be little doubt that Japan’s need for liquefied natural gas has soared in the wake of the country’s nuclear meltdown last year, with all of its reactors now shuttered. That … Continue reading

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Japan continues drive for LNG

By Eric Watkins LOS ANGELES, May 1 – Still reeling from the shock of last year’s nuclear meltdown in Fukushima, Japan continues to seek additional supplies of liquefied natural gas as the best alternative means to fuel the nation’s power … Continue reading

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A long, cold winter coming to Japan

By Eric Watkins LOS ANGELES, April 25 – Japan’s government, faced with continued popular displeasure over any suggestion of renewing the country’s nuclear power facilities, is in a quandary over its energy policy. Just this week, Japan was urged by … Continue reading

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