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Natural gas becomes the key to the development of clean energy in China on the 27th, jiangkejun, director of the energy system analysis and market analysis research center of the energy and Research Institute of the national development and Reform Commission, visited the people and exchanged views with friends on China's energy structure under the background of energy conservation and emission reduction

when talking about the proportion of natural gas in China's energy structure, Jiang Kejun stressed that natural gas not only has low carbon dioxide emissions, but also has other emission characteristics. We should combine the two. First, the proportion of natural gas should rise, and the proportion of foreign nuclear power and renewable energy should rise, that is, it accounts for 7%

however, at present, natural gas has become a constraint for the development of clean energy in China. On the one hand, China is committed to the development of domestic natural gas, and the three major oil 50Hz companies have plans. For example, every year, 3. The models of the equipment can be divided into digital display and microcomputer control, and 10 billion natural gas can be added on the basis of the energy-saving transformation of the original coking unit; On the other hand, it imports natural gas from the international market: first, it imports pipeline natural gas, mainly from Russia, Turkmenistan, etc.; second, it imports liquefied natural gas. Now many coastal areas have established liquefied natural gas receiving stations to transport natural gas from the ocean. The dispensing and loading mechanism moves horizontally, i.e. domestic resources and international resources, mainly pipeline transportation and liquefied natural gas transportation

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