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The global energy market is bracing for a shock as Japan seeks to replace large amounts of the country’s nuclear power capacity devastated by Friday’s earthquake.
Japan is the world’s third largest oil importer, after the US and China, and the top importer of thermal coal and liquefied natural gas, so any abrupt change in energy production could have a major impact in global commodities markets, analysts warned on Sunday. Read more