LNG unlikely to displace coal in terms of carbon emissions

The fossil fuel industry claims that liquefied natural gas will displace global coal consumption doesn’t stand up against the facts. In a recent announcement, the White House declared a pause on the approval of new LNG terminals, a move that has ignited debates within environmental and energy circles. The natural gas industry is seeking to expand the market for US-produced natural gas and argues that LNG exports would replace coal in other countries and thus reduce global CO2 emissions. On the other hand, some environmental advocates argue that natural gas has a higher climate impact than coal and the approval […]
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