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US eyes LNG decarbonisation

Offsetting the carbon produced by export cargoes is gaining popularity but still needs better data overview

US LNG players are among those globally talking about—and starting to act on—plans to decarbonise their operations. And more are likely to follow suit as investor pressure mounts on energy companies to demonstrate their environmental credentials. Cheniere Energy, the US’ leading LNG exporter, announced in February that it would begin providing its customers with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data associated with each cargo produced, starting from 2022. “The problem is that the US LNG value chain is segmented, so your upstream producer is not directly connected to your LNG supplier” Ackerman, Rapidan Energy Group  This was followed by news in May that Cheniere had supplied a c



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