Is investment in natural gas the key to positioning upstream portfolios for a low-carbon future?

We examine the emissions intensity of natural gas

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Natural gas often gets touted as a bridge fuel to a low-carbon future. However, carbon emissions can vary greatly across gas assets to due a number of factors, including the quality of the gas and maturity of the asset.

In our new video, Amy Bowe, Director of Upstream Consulting, discusses the varying emissions intensity of natural gas and asks if it is the key to a low-carbon future.


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Gavin Law, Head of Gas and Power Consulting

Gavin Law, Head of Gas, LNG & Carbon Consulting


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