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Pressure grows on industry to produce ‘green LNG’

The industry needs to reduce the emissions associated with natural gas for it to preserve its role in the energy mix and energy transition

While natural gas is the greenest mainstream hydrocarbon fuel, the massive increase in demand predicted for the coming decades means it would still heavily contribute to climate change. Pressure is therefore mounting on gas producers to reduce the fuel’s carbon footprint. In response, players have started looking for ways to minimise or counterbalance their carbon footprints, with leading producers, traders and consumers indicating plans to decarbonise the supply chain. This is being done in two ways, according to Hussein Moghaddam, senior energy forecast analyst at the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) secretariat’s energy economics and forecasting department, in a whitepaper published



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