June 2021, Vol. 248, No. 6


Carbon-Neutral or Green LNG: A Pathway Toward Energy Transition

By Hussein Moghaddam, Senior Energy Forecast Analyst, GECF Secretariat    The demand for natural gas is expected to rise by 50%, from 139 Tcf (3.95 Tcm) in 2019 to 209 Tcf (5,920 Bcm) in 2050, as gas remains the cleanest burning hydrocarbon, based on the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) Global Gas Outlook 2050.    Petrolrum bulk stations. (Photio: GECF) Nonetheless, meeting global targets for climate change mitigation is one of the biggest challenges. Significant emissions are released through the combustion of gas to drive the liquefaction process, while any CO2 detached before entering the plant is frequently emitted into the at

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