Some LNG suppliers are touting carbon-neutral cargoes in a bid to boost green credentials of the technology
TRANSITION FUEL LNG is seen as an important bridge for many Southeast Asian economies as they transition away from coal
LONG GOODBYE Suppliers are utilising carbon capture and storage technology in order to increase the sector’s longevity
KEY QUOTE LNG players seem to be promoting their own respective green carbon initiatives with little, if any, ongoing scrutiny over their claims other than buying carbon credits ...
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