FEATURE: Plugging the EU leak – all eyes on upstream natural gas emissions

Published 20:27 on December 22, 2021  /  Last updated at 01:13 on January 6, 2022  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, China, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Japan, Mexico, Middle East, New Zealand, Other APAC, South & Central, South Korea, Switzerland, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Natural gas, touted by some as a gateway fuel to decarbonisation, has increasingly come under fire in the EU for emissions associated with its full production cycle, where the bloc's cap-and-trade system continues to send incomplete price signals and voluntary carbon markets grapple with the gap.

Natural gas, touted by some as a gateway fuel to decarbonisation, has increasingly come under fire in the EU for emissions associated with its full production cycle, where the bloc’s cap-and-trade system continues to send incomplete price signals and voluntary carbon markets grapple with the gap.

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