With infrastructure and permitting, the US can meet energy demands at home and abroad

Updated: December 15, 2023 The world has reached a critical inflection point. With COP28’s final Global Stocktake recognizing natural gas’ role as a transition fuel…

US Natural Gas: A Perfect Fit for Europe’s Energy and Climate Goals

The European Union (EU) has played a crucial role in reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Between 1990 and 2019, the EU reduced its emissions…

Partnership to Address Global Emissions Adds New Members Coterra Energy and NET Power

Today, the Partnership to Address Global Emissions (PAGE), a nonpartisan coalition of responsible energy companies, labor unions and leading climate advocates working to promote policies…

U.S. must double LNG exports to cut emissions, reduce global coal use

The continued reliance on burning coal to produce energy is undeniably the greatest obstacle to reaching our shared goals for reducing global emissions. With the…
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  • LNG exports|
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Rise in global coal threatens to undermine emissions reductions, setback progress toward ‘Paris’ goals

Replacing foreign coal with lower-carbon LNG would provide critical baseload energy while reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions
  • Coal and Global Emissions|

Historic 17% decline in US greenhouse gas emissions would not have been possible without natural gas

The U.S. has been a global leader in lowering its greenhouse gas emissions for the past two decades. According to the EPA, U.S. greenhouse gas…
  • Coal Replacement|
  • Decarbonization|
  • Emissions Reductions|
  • Natural Gas|
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PAGE | Natural Allies CERAWeek Panel Discussion

March 8, 2023 - Energy leaders discuss the essential role that natural gas plays in global decarbonization efforts.
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  • Emissions Reductions|
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