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LNG Policy for Power-More Questions than Answers

LNG Policy for Power More Questions than Answers Kannan Srinivasan the current intense interest in and lobbying for basing a part of the power programme in India on liquefied natural gas (LNG) has to be seen in the context of the global slow-down in demand for LNG. The overcapacities among most large producers of LNG has prompted a desperate search for new consumers, and India appears to be succumbing to that international pressure without scrutinising the feasibility of opting for an LNG-based power programme.

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