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Reasonable Transition Part 2, International Liquidity

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Senior Consultant Microgrid Labs

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Microgrid Labs, Inc. Advisor: 2014 to Present Developed product plans, conceptual and preliminary designs for projects, performed industry surveys and developed...

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We (the U.S. The E.U. and many others) need natural gas currently, as we have not completed the transition to low, and very-low greenhouse gas generation. However modern cogeneration plants can participate in the transition, per Part 1 of this series.

Also, there is a better and much more immediate need to improve international liquidity for this commodity. Some countries are really bad actors, and some of those same countries rely on natural gas exports to keep their economy afloat.

Some of these same countries have become methane ultra-emitters.

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Matt Chester on Apr 7, 2022

The rate the the U.S. went from no LNG exports to being a global leader never fails to impress me

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John Benson on Apr 13, 2022

The big news is that this serves an immediate need and also builds a brighter future as biomethane exports start to ramp up.


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