Heather O’Brian Markets - 20/April/2018

Gas in transition

Cleaning up gas is key to its future in a decarbonised energy mix

Gas has a part to play in the integration of renewable energy and the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. But decarbonisation efforts must intensify if it is to retain a significant role in a future, sustainable energy mix.  ...

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