‘Natural gas is key to an effective energy transition’: Joe Kang, president, International Gas Union

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The role of natural gas in the transition to a sustainable global energy system is not without controversy. While gas has advantages over other fossil fuels – thanks to its relatively high hydrogen content and low level of pollutants – it remains a significant source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The questions hanging over the fuel’s future have never been more urgent than now, as governments hasten to put together post-pandemic economic recovery packages. In this exclusive interview, Gas Matters puts these questions to Professor Joe Kang, President of the International Gas Union.

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