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The premier's Asian trade mission continues, as she attempts to find markets for various B.C. products.
Christy Clark says Japan could become a big buyer of liquefied natural gas as it transitions away from nuclear power.
Clark says Japan’s need for energy could be British Columbia’s gain.
"They are facing a 30-per-cent deficit in the availability of power, so Tokyo Power, which imports LNG, is working incredibly tight, 24/7, to serve the city's, the country's, needs."
Clark says many of the lights were left off when she was given a tour of the Japanese ministry of energy because of the country's extreme power conservation strategy.