Japan reactors gain safety clearance, Asian LNG prices seen stable


Japan's nuclear watchdog gives safety clearance for the restarting of two nuclear reactors in southern Japan, recognizing their compliance with stricter regulations created after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident.

The move is seen as unlikely to lower prices for liquefied natural gas because the country’s 46 other units are unlikely to resume this year; North Asia LNG prices have rallied 54% since Japan shut nuclear plants and boosted gas purchases for power generation after the Fukushima disaster.

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