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Gas in Transition, the new magazine by Natural Gas World aims to provide our subscribers with the market information, insight and foresight to make informed decisions in the natural gas sector and in the emerging market of clean technologies.  

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Volume 1, Issue 2 - May 17, 2021

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In this Issue:

THE METHANE PROBLEM

The UNEP report is likely to push the climate change conversation, which has so far centred on CO2, further in the direction of methane.

US REVERSES COURSE ON METHANE EMISSIONS FROM OIL AND GAS

The US is in the process of restoring Obama-era restrictions on methane emissions that were rolled back by former president Donald Trump.

EUROPEAN GAS STORAGE IN A GLOBAL MARKET

April was a shoulder month like almost no other: a collision of many factors, outside Europe’s control, could leave the continent understocked by the next heating season.

ALGERIA’S ARDUOUS SEARCH FOR INVESTORS

The North African state is preparing to implement a new hydrocarbon law, but frequent reshuffles at state energy institutions and clashes with partners risk undermining its investment appeal

RUSSIAN NGVS GATHER PACE

The main hurdle to overcome is infrastructure constraints, but Gazprom is spearheading efforts to expand the network

GERMAN LNG TRUCKS SHOWCASE NATURAL GAS STRENGTHS

Gas in the transport sector will remain a niche market, but with high public visibility, LNG trucks serve as “ambassadors for natural gas,” Timm Kehler, Chairman of German gas industry association Zukunft Gas, tells NGW

INDIAN NGVS ENJOY TAILWINDS

The rising cost of conventional fuels has been advantageous for the NGV sector

TECHNOLOGY: DUAL-FUEL LNG TRUCK ENGINES

LNG truck engines are intrinsically cleaner than diesel, offering substantial CO2 and NOx emissions reductions and a near elimination of particulate matter.

THE GAS-FOR-COAL CONUNDRUM

There is an expectation that the US will jump straight from coal to renewables over the next decade, but this ignores the critical role cheap natural gas has played in managing US coal decline.

COAL’S STAYING POWER IN ASIA

There is a widespread expectation that global coal use is set for inexorable decline. But the timing and extent of coal’s replacement will vary greatly by region, as will the degree to which gas will benefit.

WORLD BANK LEAVES LNG OUT IN THE COLD

The World Bank’s decision to pick winners – ammonia and hydrogen – risks leaving other solutions for decarbonising marine transport out in the cold

INTERVIEW: VINCENT DEMOURY, GIIGNL

The annual review of LNG markets, by the importers group GIIGNL, confirms the direction of travel for LNG: more production going to more customers and on a shorter-term basis

SHELL IS COMING OUT OF ITS SHELL

Shell will not transform from oil and gas producer to renewable energy generator. Instead it will rely on its supply and trading abilities to prosper in the net-zero economy

SHELL’S TRANSITION IN FOCUS

Shell’s recently published strategy outlines what new form the Anglodutch major plans to take in order to prosper during the energy transition.

EU TO OVERHAUL GAS RULES TO FULFILL GREEN AMBITIONS

The European Commission will propose and adopt a number of market reforms this spring and autumn which will signal how it expects gas markets to evolve in the future

GIVING EUROPE A HYDROGEN BACKBONE

The 40,000-km network would be cost effective, transmission systems argue, largely because over two thirds would comprise existing gas pipelines.

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