CGAI LNG Series: A Study Of Liquefied Natural Gas Development In Australia And Requisite Learnings For Canada

Global energy demand continues to increase, and natural gas is the only hydrocarbon that can easily lead to further reductions in global carbon intensity. Current technologies, investments and consumption trends suggest that natural gas will be central to any global energy transformation. Moreover, abundant gas resources remain undiscovered and liquefied natural gas (LNG)[1] will be a significant component of the global transition to a lower carbon future.

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