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  • Contributed by: Francisco P de la Flor, Director for International Organisations, Enagás
Methane is the second most abundant greenhouse gas (GHG) after carbon dioxide (CO2). Compared to CO2, the greenhouse gas effect of methane is significantly stronger in the short term.
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  • Contributed by: Dr Arnt Baer, Head of Politics and Associations, Gelsenwasser
Green deals for Europe and Germany with gas infrastructure
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  • Contributed by: Gary Fanger, Chief Executive Officer, Cenergy Solutions
Cenergy Solutions has made a game-changing breakthrough in Adsorbent Natural Gas (ANG) technology that allows natural/biogas to be stored and transported in large quantities at low pressures which in turn significantly reduces the difficul
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  • Contributed by: Balu Balagopal, Partner, AT Kearney
As the strategic knowledge partner for the 2019 Gastech Power & Energy event in Houston, Texas, A.T. Kearney will present leading-edge insights on global gas, energy transition, technology, and solutions.
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  • Interview with Joseph Gebara, Senior Vice President, Project Delivery, SNC-Lavalin Oil & Gas
As regularly stated by industry experts, natural gas is at the heart of the energy transition and is an essential component of the energy mix to complement renewables to successfully deliver low-carbon production.
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  • Contributed by: Pablo Galante Escobar, Global Head of LNG, Vitol
The current LNG glut has seen regasification rates rising to record highs this year as Europe plays a key role in balancing the global market.
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  • Contributed by: Alex Barnes, EAGC Advisory Board Member, Alex Barnes & Associates Ltd.
Climate change is moving up the political agenda. Activists have called for the UK to achieve net-zero emissions by 2025.
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  • Contributed by: David Ledesma, Energy & Strategy Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
In my first article for Gastech Insights, I discussed how the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) has pub

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