The greenwashing of LNG
PLUS: US midstream goes green, producing hydrogen offshore, inflation erodes wind profits + MORE
Is there a better example of greenwashing than an industry that flares off large amounts of natural gas while offsetting emissions to claim carbon neutrality? That’s precisely what the LNG industry is doing. Now satellite monitoring is pinpointing the source of the problem.
That’s the lead story in today’s edition of Energy Flux, which looks like this:
💥The glaring problem with ‘carbon neutral’ LNG
⚡Transition lines – US midstream goes green, producing hydrogen offshore, inflation erodes wind profits + MORE
🧠Energised minds – Developing nations and coal consumption, ‘now or never’ for carbon pricing
OPERATIONAL NOTE: Energy Flux is taking a summer break. The next issue – the monthly deep-dive – will be published in early August. After that, there will only one newsletter per week throughout August, and these will probably be much shorter headline summaries. Regular service will resume in early September. Wishing all readers an enjoyable (northern hemisphere) summer!