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  • Contributed by: Pipeline Oil and Gas News, a monthly magazine and online news website, for the energy industry.
France’s Total announced its ambition to get to net-zero emissions by 2050 across its global business, production and energy products used by its customers.
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  • Contributed by: Pipeline Oil and Gas News, a monthly magazine and online news website, for the energy industry.
Royal Dutch Shell announced plans to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050 or sooner.
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  • Contributed by: Tad Dritz, Co-founder/CEO, Power to Hydrogen
Abundant and clean, hydrogen (H2) is the fuel of the future. It can be produced from a variety of resources, including fully renewable pathways, and used with zero emissions. We have everything needed today to make the switch from fossil fuels.
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  • Contributed by: Antón Martínez, Chief Transformation Officer, Enagás
Improving our energy model in order to bring us closer to a low-carbon economy, while making the world more sustainable, is one of the most important challenges we currently face.
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  • Contributed by: Jack Eastwood, Project Developer, Protium
  • Contributed by: Chris Jackson, CEO, Protium
Achieving Net Zero emissions before 2050 is one of the largest and most complex challenges that the energy industry has ever faced.
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  • Contributed by: Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Responsible for the stewardship of federal port lands at the Port of Vancouver, Port of Vancouver
At Canada’s largest port, plans are underway to establish the first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) marine refuelling service on the west coast of North America to support the maritime industry’s transition to this clean-burning marine fue
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  • Contributed by: Bryan Cox, President and CEO, BC LNG Alliance
Countries around the world are turning to LNG to meet their climate and human health commitments. Canada is uniquely positioned to meet global demand for LNG with the lowest-emission LNG available.
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  • Contributed by: Anna Gumbau, Europe Reporter, Interfax
Higher carbon prices and policy support may boost the prospects for the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage over the coming years.

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Article
  • Contributed by: Tad Dritz, Co-founder/CEO, Power to Hydrogen
Abundant and clean, hydrogen (H2) is the fuel of the future. It can be produced from a variety of resources, including fully renewable pathways, and used with zero emissions. We have everything needed today to make the switch from fossil fuels.
Article
  • Contributed by: Antón Martínez, Chief Transformation Officer, Enagás
Improving our energy model in order to bring us closer to a low-carbon economy, while making the world more sustainable, is one of the most important challenges we currently face.
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  • Interview with Maarten Wetselaar, Integrated Gas & New Energies Director and Member of the Executive Committee, Royal Dutch Shell
Being described by Mr Wetselaar as the “backbone for the changing energy system”, it is clear that natural gas has a crucial role to play going forward in the energy transition.