Paul Bledsoe writes on The Hill about the climate benefits of U.S. natural gas.
- A new report finds that U.S. natural gas could play a pivotal role in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.
- If Europe were to switch its coal power generation to U.S. LNG generation, it would be able to reduce its carbon emissions by 40 to 50 percent.
- In China, the world’s largest emitter by far, switching from coal to LNG would slash nearly 35 percent of the country’s CO2 emissions.
- American energy can and should play a central role in addressing climate change and bolstering energy security around the world.
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