Liquefied natural gas (LNG) will play a pivotal role as companies transition from coal and oil to cleaner energy sources during renewed efforts to significantly reduce the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change.
Nations, as well as businesses, are pursuing strategies for decarbonization to limit greenhouse gases. In response, natural gas is emerging as the fossil fuel of choice. Burning it emits up to 50% less carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions than coal. i That’s the value of natural gas as a primary feedstock for energy production and conversion to hydrogen.