ANALYSIS: Surge in “carbon neutral” LNG prompts moves for clearer emissions counting

Published 12:23 on September 30, 2021  /  Last updated at 13:54 on September 30, 2021  /  Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

The acceleration in "carbon neutral" LNG cargoes is leading to louder calls for clear reporting on emissions and offset quality, as some companies use methods that cover barely a fifth of the fuel's climate impact while avoiding hundreds of thousands of dollars in offsetting costs.

The acceleration in “carbon neutral” LNG cargoes is leading to louder calls for clear reporting on emissions and offset quality, as some companies use methods that cover barely a fifth of the fuel’s climate impact while avoiding hundreds of thousands of dollars in offsetting costs.

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