- Jul 28, 2021 1:39 pm GMT
In light of the growing interest in green LNG - achieved either via offsetting or emissions reduction - a new policy brief for the EU largest energy policy think tank Florence School of Regulation offers a new analytical frame. The Policy brief highlights existing political concerns regarding lack of transparency, fragmented certification and difficult monitoring process. On these grounds, the paper crafts out solutions. n particular, greater attention should be paid to methane emissions and gas flaring reduction, which could become part of the offsetting. Moreover, negative emissions from biomethane — and hence from bio-LNG — have to be supported in the certification of Green LNG. The full text is available for free upon the link above. Comments, feedback and reactions are welcome!
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