The future of natural gas in Europe

The authors of this report argue that natural gas is not the ideal fuel for energy transition and that phasing out the unabated use of natural gas is an urgent priority if Europe is to meet its greenhouse gas targets. They continue by saying that natural gas is not cleaner than other fossil fuels and using it instead of coal or oil risks achieving little or no reduction in greenhouse gas effects. The report’s messages are prioritised under three timeframes for action: emergency measures (until 2025), short term (2023–2030), and medium/long terms (2030–2050)

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