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Volume 1, Issue 4 - May 4, 2020
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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: Covid-19 reinforces “Made in Europe” sentiment
“We are finished with naive Europe,” said the French member of the European Parliament (MEP) Christophe Grudler at an online event organised by industry association Eurogas on 21 April. Grudler was quoting similar statements made by many high EU officials in recent years, including former EU President Jean- Claude Juncker.
Exclusive interview: Bart Biebuyck
Head of Europe’s prime hydrogen initiative says Europe is determined to keep its three-year lead in hydrogen technology – and keep the jobs at home.
UK industry asks for national hydrogen strategy
The UK does a lot in hydrogen – and it does it differently from many other countries. But it is lacking a national strategy.
BNEF’s hydrogen reality checks “Blue” hydrogen plant planned in Netherlands Siemens and Uniper join force and more
Fight over U.S. gas future
Campaigns to ban natural gas are proliferating in the U.S. Hydrogen is getting more attention as alternative.
Europe looks to MENA and Ukraine
Europe wants to be number in one hydrogen, but it needs the renew-able energy from the deserts in North Africa and the Middle East and from Ukraine, according to a new report.