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Europe Sees Natural Gas Demand Hit 10-Year Low

Yale E360

In the two years since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, European demand for natural gas has dropped by 20 percent. Read more on E360 →

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Amid Record Drop in Fossil Power, Europe Sees Wind Overtake Natural Gas

Yale E360

Europe saw a record drop in fossil power last year, according to a new analysis that found that, for the first time, wind supplied more power than natural gas. Read more on E360 →

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Can European Industry Wean Itself From Russian Natural Gas?

Environment + Energy Leader

McKinsey & Company says European industrials reduced their demand by 25 billion cubic meters of natural gas in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. But it adds that China and India could replace that by consuming 35 billion cubic meters, which they get at a discount.

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Minnesota’s First Renewable Natural Gas Facility Now Operational

Environment + Energy Leader

Today marks the commencement of commercial operations at the first landfill renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility in Minnesota. The post Minnesota’s First Renewable Natural Gas Facility Now Operational appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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Qatar Fuel Additives Company is Reducing Natural Gas Flaring and Emissions 

Environment + Energy Leader

In 2021, the company completed the construction and commissioning of the Regenerate Gas Scrubber Unit. So far, it is more efficient, reducing flare emissions and minimizing natural gas consumption.

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Liquefied Natural Gas has Limited Impact in Displacing Coal Emissions

NRDC

The fossil fuel industry is selling a false narrative that liquefied natural gas (LNG) expansion is a “climate solution” because it displaces coal consumption globally. This claim doesn’t stand up against the facts. LNG has no or very limited.

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Europe's Liquefied Natural Gas Buildout Collides With Waning Demand

Yale E360

As part of its efforts to wean itself off Russian energy, Europe has sought to import more natural gas from overseas, erecting new terminals for processing deliveries of liquefied natural gas. But this new capacity is set to far exceed demand, an analysis finds. Read more on E360 →