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World's costliest gas clouding China's campaign for blue skies

It aims to get as much as 10% of its energy from the cleaner fuel by 2020

Singapore

CHINA has promised to make its skies blue again, but having some of the world's most expensive natural gas isn't helping.

The biggest energy consumer on earth wants to use more of the cleaner-burning fuel in place of the coal that's choking its skies and causing pollution

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