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Volume 2, Issue 3 - March 8, 2021
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How will the gas industry evolve in the low-carbon world of the future?
Will natural gas be a bridge or a destination?
Could it become the foundation of a global hydrogen economy, in combination with CCS?
How big will “green” hydrogen and biogas become?
What will be the role of LNG and bio-LNG in transport?
Gas Transitions is an independent monthly magazine providing news, insights and opinions on the evolving role of gas in an increasingly low-carbon energy system.
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In this Issue:
From the Editor: Transition as the New Normal
Transitions don’t last forever. That’s why they are called transitions.
Interview: Claude Letourneau, CEO Canadian CCS pioneer Svante
“A new business model is emerging in the CCS market that few people today understand,” says Claude Letourneau, CEO of Canadian CCS pioneer Svante, in an interview with Gas Transitions. In this market Svante will be operating as technology provider. Letourneau believes the company’s “unique low-cost carbon capture technology may well become the number one decarbonisation solution for industry worldwide.”
The new geopolitics of energy – implications for the gas sector
As the energy transition gathers pace, we can expect not just a shake-up of global energy markets but also far-reaching geopolitical changes. After all, energy has always been an important component of international relations and fossil fuels play a key role in government policies throughout the world. With the advent of renewable energy and the expected gradual decline of fossil fuels, the current “world order” is in for fundamental change. »
EU Green Deal Will Shrink Oil And Gas Imports Dramatically
The EU Green Deal will have profound geopolitical consequences, write researchers from Bruegel and the European Council on Foreign Relations in a new report.
Russia – Climate Saviour And Winner Of The Energy Transition?
There is no country in the world that will be affected more by the energy transition than Russia, the world’s largest fossil fuel exporter. Is the country prepared for this challenge?
Special feature: battery storage – the next oil and gas?
The race for battery storage capacity is on. In countries like Australia and the US, an increasing number of ever-larger battery grid storage projects are being announced. They are likely to increasingly replace gas-fired back-up power plants. At the same time, China, the US and Europe are in a race to build battery gigafactories to supply the growing EV market. According to Simon Moores of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, we are on the verge of a “global lithium-ion economy”.
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