Gas rush paints LNG as energy transition’s trump card to low-carbon future

In the midst of the rising climate and energy security concerns, which are dominating the transition story to low-carbon and green energy, the road to net-zero emissions seems like an uphill battle. Against such a backdrop, gas has solidified its position at the top of the energy pyramid, thus, the pursuit for more natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) is in full swing. The U.S. and Qatar are expected to keep their spot at the top, but are there any other countries that could propel the growth in the LNG export market further?

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