The G20 has highlighted natural gas as the one fossil fuel that will provide the flexibility needed for the integration of renewable energy.
Topics discussed at last week’s G20 meeting in Hamburg included the introduction of further regional – and potentially a global – carbon pricing mechanisms. Such policies are expected to benefit gas over coal, its more polluting competitor.
But although Germany has been pushing for a global price on carbon to help meet climate targets and create a level playing field, it was unable to...
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