Ariel Cohen on Forbes writes on why the green transition can’t happen without natural gas.
- The shift from coal to natural gas has led to drastic emissions reductions in the United States.
- Natural gas will be necessary to bringing cleaner energy sources to markets in developing economies which will subsequently lower emissions.
- While some on the environmental left have chosen to demonize fossil fuels, natural gas will continue to play a role in lowering emissions worldwide and bringing billions of people out of poverty.
“Just as natural gas has competed with coal as the prime fuel for electricity in the last decades, renewables are putting pressure on the blue, clean-burning source of energy. The competition is fierce and will likely get worse. Yet, it is still too early to discount gas.”
Read the full article here.