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INDONESIA TO KEEP MORE NATGAS

JAKARTA, March 28 (Reuters) - Indonesia, the world's biggest liquefied natural gas exporter, said on Tuesday it would favour domestic gas sales after major export contracts to Japan lapse at the end of this decade, cutting back a major exporter earner.

The OPEC member, which has far more gas than it has oil, is trying to phase out costly oil-fired power generation and use more of its cheaper, cleaner natural gas domestically, but faces limited supplies due to long-term LNG export commitments.

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