Natural gas: transition fuel or part of the long term global energy mix?

Many analysts have tended to view natural gas as a key “bridge fuel” to cushion the energy transition from coal and oil to renewables over the next decades. However, an increasing understanding that methane emissions in gas production and transportation are generally high, as well as the sudden realisation of the vulnerability of natural gas importers, as highlighted by the Russian invasion in Ukraine, has recently dimmed the prospect of natural gas. In this paper, the following questions are addressed: How has the natural gas market developed over the last decades? Can natural gas be considered a sustainable fuel? Which […]

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