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   Nctm and GOP advise on Snam's entry into Iniziative Biometano  2020/05/13 13:30:14 MarketScreener
Snam S.p.A., a company engaged in the transportation, storage and regasification of natural gas, through the subsidiary Snam 4 Environment S.r.l., signed an agreement with Femo Gas…
   Where Does the Natural Gas ‘Bridge’ End?  2020/01/27 13:19:41 Green Technology
ABU DHABI — The role of natural gas is one of the stickier points of debate related to the global energy transition, and that debate was on full display here this month. Meg Gentle, president and CEO of Houston-based gas company Tellurian, argued that natural gas is a key driver of the energy transition and is already lowering emissions by replacing dirtier fuels like coal and oil. “I view natural gas and LNG as already part of the solution,” she said at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Forum. “We’ll have some emissions throughout our value chain, but the benefit that we will have [for] overall CO2 emissions is actually 10 times the emissions that we will contribute.” The advent of the fracking boom caused natural gas prices to plummet, which has helped to rapidly shift coal out of the U.S. power system. Liquified natural gas (LNG) exports from the U.S. and Australia are now surging and making their way to several of the world’s top coal consuming countries. But while a transition to natural gas is already underway, it’s unclear what the future of that fossil fuel will look like as policies shift and other, cleaner resources become more competitive.
   Nctm and GOP advise on Snam's entry into Iniziative Biometano  2020/05/13 13:30:14 MarketScreener
Snam S.p.A., a company engaged in the transportation, storage and regasification of natural gas, through the subsidiary Snam 4 Environment S.r.l., signed an agreement with Femo Gas…
   Where Does the Natural Gas ‘Bridge’ End?  2020/01/27 13:19:41 Green Technology
ABU DHABI — The role of natural gas is one of the stickier points of debate related to the global energy transition, and that debate was on full display here this month. Meg Gentle, president and CEO of Houston-based gas company Tellurian, argued that natural gas is a key driver of the energy transition and is already lowering emissions by replacing dirtier fuels like coal and oil. “I view natural gas and LNG as already part of the solution,” she said at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Forum. “We’ll have some emissions throughout our value chain, but the benefit that we will have [for] overall CO2 emissions is actually 10 times the emissions that we will contribute.” The advent of the fracking boom caused natural gas prices to plummet, which has helped to rapidly shift coal out of the U.S. power system. Liquified natural gas (LNG) exports from the U.S. and Australia are now surging and making their way to several of the world’s top coal consuming countries. But while a transition to natural gas is already underway, it’s unclear what the future of that fossil fuel will look like as policies shift and other, cleaner resources become more competitive.

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