Writings

04 Sep: ENERGY TRANSITION AND THE RE-MAKING OF LNG

Early responses include “carbon-neutral” or “green” LNG although these expressions so far owe more to advocacy than to empirical data…

23 Jul: Not Green LNG, but Grey

At a time when many suggest that the global LNG business has settled on the sunlit uplands, dark clouds are…

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