for Natural Gas
The U.S. recently jumped into the top spot as the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, overtaking Qatar and Australia.
Natural gas prices have spiked worldwide, with price surges most acutely felt in Europe.
A new report has found that any new natural gas plant proposed today will be unable to recover its initial investment.
After the energy crunch caused natural gas, coal and metals prices to spike, analysts believe oil will be next.
Across the globe, consumers are scrambling to maintain access to energy.
Japan plans to halve its LNG consumption – disrupting the plans of LNG exporters worldwide.
A new study has found that methane emissions from natural gas drilling in British Columbia are roughly twice as high as previously thought,.
Natural gas consumption is expected to bounce back after a tough 2020 – at a time when governments are looking to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.
Rich countries are using public financing to expand the construction of natural gas infrastructure in poorer countries around the world.
In a bombshell report, the International Energy Agency states that the world must stop new fossil fuel projects immediately to hit net-zero emissions by 2050.