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LNG ready to play its part

LNG will have a growing role in the electrification of the global energy economy, despite increasing headwinds from the anti-fossil fuel lobby

The use of LNG for electricity generation will continue to grow rapidly over the coming two decades as humanity addresses the multiple challenges of meeting rising demand for energy, mitigating climate change and eliminating energy poverty.  LNG-into-pipelines is likely to be the main vehicle for this growth because of the complexities involved in putting together bankable integrated LNG-to-Power schemes. Moreover, the future beyond 2040 is hard to conceive as we approach the 2050 target date for carbon neutrality set out in the 2015 Paris climate agreement—so much will depend on policies to be decided.  Such was the consensus view of industry executives, energy experts and the 150-plus de

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