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zarin taslima
Jul 06, 2022
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With rapid climate change and severe global warming, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Paris Climate Agreement, advocates that governments of all countries should reduce carbon emissions and adjust the energy ratio, so as to gradually move towards a green future of 100% renewable energy power generation. Natural gas is regarded as the best bridging energy by the world. Taiwan also plans to increase the proportion of gas-fired power generation to 50%, coal-fired to 30%, and green energy to 20% to complete the energy transition goal of non-nuclear homeland in 2025. However, Taiwan's natural gas is almost entirely imported. To increase the ratio of gas-fired power generation, it is necessary to increase the purchase banner design of gas sources and ensure the stable input of raw materials. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the proportion of natural gas imported by Taiwan is about 32% in Australia, about 25% in Qatar, and about 10% in Russia. This March (2022) coincides with the expiration of the gas supply contract signed by CNPC and Russia, and because Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that "unfriendly countries" must purchase natural gas in rubles, CNPC said that it will not renew the contract with Russia, and the spot gas will be Purchasing flexibility, using an unspecified country as a supply alternative; however, if you do not specify a gas source and want to find a suitable supply volume, calorific value and shipping schedule to buy at any time, can the gas supply really be readily available and stable? The outside world is eagerly watching. Looking at the international natural gas import and export trends, the export volume of emerging coal seam gas (CSG) in eastern Australia continued to grow, and 70% of it was exported to Japan, South Korea, China and other Asian markets, making Australia still sitting on the world's largest liquefied natural gas supply. National throne.
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