Best in Energy – 24 April 2023

Semiconductor firms set for long downturn (FT)

China aluminium output hit by drought (Reuters)

South Korea’s interest in nuclear weapons (BBC)

Gold reserves benefit from rise in sanctions (FT)

Chile focus on direct lithium extraction (Reuters)

Wind farms look to deeper offshore sites (Reuters)

JAPAN‘s LNG stocks ended January at 2.34 million tonnes, the highest for the time of year for at least eight years. Stocks remained plentiful even though the first part of winter was colder-than-average in Tokyo:

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John Kemp

Energy analyst, public policy specialist, amateur historian