Australia, Policy and Regulation

Australia-Japan talks over LNG export tensions leave experts unconvinced

LNG tanker approaching Tokyo port
Demand for LNG is growing among Australia’s key trading partners as concerns grow over the country’s reputation as a reliable exporter of the fossil fuel (Photo: Issei Kato/Reuters)

Recent policy changes in Australia have alarmed the Japanese government, which relies on its southern partner for energy supplies and has warned about ‘sovereign risk’

Australia’s reputation as a reliable liquefied natural gas exporter is in jeopardy as a deteriorating investment environment, falling supply and ...

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