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A year after the nationwide rollout of natural gas price reform, the Chinese government announced additional changes. Effective 1 September 2014, citygate ceiling prices for existing demand (the volume supplied by onshore conventional and imported pipeline gas in 2012) will rise by RMB 0.4 per cubic meter (US$1.7 per million BTU), a 20% increase on average. In addition, the government fully liberalized domestic prices for LNG and unconventional gas. Learn how these changes will affect LNG demand and importers. To download the August 2014 report, complete the form below.