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17 Oct, 2016

Can long-term growth for natural gas be sustained?

With weaker energy demand in the short-term, cost reductions for renewables gaining a lot of interest, and pressures to reduce CO2 in the long-term, can the prospects for growth in natural gas be realised? Natural gas’s role in the global energy transition is one of the most interesting, potentially having more dynamic factors affecting its supply and demand than other energy sources. In this seminar, we shall be exploring several of these facets. In addition, it will also feature the annual UK winter gas outlook.

Venue:The Shell Centre, London, SE1 7NA

Speaker(s): John Feddersen Aurora Energy Research, Nigel Brandon Imperial College,Stephen Kinder Shell, Simon Durk , National Grid,

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