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Contradictions in US Energy Policy
In this episode, Joseph Murphy, Natural Gas World's Editor in Chief, discusses with Peter Hartley, Ph.D., and Michelle Foss, Ph.D., the contradictions in US energy policy.
Green LNG: what is it and how can it help LNG players reduce carbon emissions?
Until recently, natural gas was seen as a climate-friendly “bridge fuel” in the transition to a low-carbon economy. Increasingly however investors and policymakers are viewing natural gas as part of the problem rather than part of the solution. They are putting pressure on market players to do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with natural gas activities.
How can players in the LNG industry respond to this challenge?
What they can do is to make their LNG “green” or “greener”. But how? And what exactly does “Green LNG” mean?
Emerging US Energy Policies in Oil and Gas
Mark Finley is the fellow in energy and global oil at Rice University's Baker Institute. He has 35 years of experience working at the intersections of energy, economics and public policy.
NGW Weekly Overview - March 19, 2021
This week: BP to build UK’s biggest hydrogen plant, ENN launches China’s first LNG bunkering vessel, Far Eastern LNG plans afoot, New Fortress Energy’s small-scale LNG FID and Total ties exec bonuses to emission cuts.
NGW Weekly Overview - March 12, 2021
This week: North Sea M&A activity heats up, Equinor makes Barents Sea find, Turkish gas unbundling, OMV Petrom enters Georgia and Sinopec’s hydrogen ambitions.
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre - Gas Report 2020
In this week’s episode of In a Nutshell, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) vice president Glen Sweetnam and researcher Diego Rivera Rivota join us to discuss the organisation’s latest report on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) gas markets.