Southeast Asia needs to pump the breaks on LNG

Southeast Asia should reconsider its growing reliance on liquefied natural gas as it transitions from coal to renewable energy. While LNG has long been hailed as a cleaner alternative to coal, recent research reveals that LNG is not as environmentally friendly as thought. This growing evidence challenges the notion that LNG is a viable transitional fuel. While LNG carbon intensity is approximately 50% of coal when calculated solely at a power plant, the greenhouse gases that escape during its production, storage, transport, and regasification compound its carbon footprint. These upstream emissions, which account for almost two-thirds of LNG’s total emissions, […]
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