Ukraine crisis: S'pore LNG importers confident of supply continuity, but power bills likely to rise

People line up at a long distance bus station in the centre of Kyiv, Ukraine. PHOTO: NYTIMES
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SINGAPORE - Importers of natural gas in Singapore are confident they can continue to meet customers' demands after Russia, a major oil and gas exporter, launched a military attack on Ukraine on Thursday (Feb 24).

But the Republic remains vulnerable to soaring energy prices, which threaten to push power bills higher, they said.

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