Reducing the emissions of US LNG: looking for ways to move the needle

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Wood Mackenzie’s Ed Crooks recently highlighted the increased scrutiny placed on the carbon footprint of US LNG by the Biden administration, and the importance of proving the “green” credentials of LNG export projects.

Rising awareness of the climate implications of LNG is a rapidly growing global trend; Engie, a French utilities company, recently reportedly backed out of a US LNG import deal due to the carbon intensity of US shale gas. Indeed, based on our analysis the average carbon intensity of US LNG is around 50% higher than that of competitor projects in other parts of the world.

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