- Energy Transition: Projections of peak oil, gas, and coal demand before 2030 deemed ‘extremely risky and impractical’
- Africa: BW Offshore wraps up much-anticipated sale of Nigerian FPSO
- Senegal: European JV aims to revolutionize country’s power infrastructure
- Congo: Eni, Lukoil, and SNPC ink LNG sale and purchase agreement in a ‘significant milestone’
- Aramco CEO calls for ‘more realistic and robust’ multi-source plan in global energy transition
This issue of the Oxford Energy Forum looks at the future of gas from different perspectives. Future development of decarbonised gases – biogas, biomethane and hydrogen – and the consequences for gas networks.
The importance of reducing methane emissions from the gas chain. Progress towards reducing the costs of liquefaction and the affordability of gas and LNG imports, particularly in low income countries.
The potential for gas to penetrate new markets and specifically the marine transport sector. And the enduring issue of security of supply as a potential constraint on the future of the fuel.
Read: The Future of Gas – Oxford Energy Forum, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) HERE
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