Why is gas central to the energy transition?

Why is gas central to the energy transition?

The transition to a world in which 100% of energy will come from renewable sources requires the use of storage technologies, and especially those made possible by hydrogen and natural gas infrastructures.

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The new natural gas markets in the world seen by Didier Holleaux, Executive Vice President of ENGIE

The new natural gas markets in the world seen by Didier Holleaux, Executive Vice President of ENGIE

Natural gas makes it possible to limit CO2 emissions and offset the intermittent nature of renewables. We explain the issues involved…

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“Today gas is at the heart of the ongoing energy revolution” Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE

“Today gas is at the heart of the ongoing energy revolution” Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE

ENGIE brings 70 years of expertise to the many innovative projects it is carrying out in France and numerous other countries, particularly involving bio-methane and hydrogen.

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What role does natural gas play in the energy transition?

What role does natural gas play in the energy transition?

Against a background of energy industry revolution, power generation needs to replace coal and oil with other energy resources to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

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Gas is a powerful lever for countering climate change

  • Power generation: substituting gas for coal throughout Europe would reduce the continent’s CO2 emissions immediately by up to 81% – source: Eurogas
  • Mobility: replacing diesel with gas could reduce emissions by: 100% for sulfur oxides, 90% for nitrogen oxides and 99 % for particulates
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