North Field off Qatar; Source: QatarEnergy LNG

All energy roads lead to decarbonization with gas as a linchpin of low-carbon transformation

With the winds of change sweeping over the global energy landscape, the world is reshaping and adapting to the emerging sources of supply and decarbonization technologies to future-proof its supply mix and come to grips with climate change complexities. Despite the growing opposition to fossil fuels, natural gas, primarily LNG, is still the top contender for the transition fuel, which will bridge the gap and pave the way towards the sought-after low-carbon and green energy future. In line with this, gas investments and production are expected to be on the rise to meet the market demand and steer clear of potential future shortfalls in supply.

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