Role of oil and gas in net zero emission futureBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | WEDNESDAY, 16 JUN 2021 5:55PM
The role of gas as a fuel source during the transition to a net zero world economy by 2050 was an issue of sharp debate at a panel during the conference for Australia's leading oil and gas industry group in Perth.Read more: Climate Action 100+, Shell Australia, Tony Nunan, Laura Hillis, IGCC, University of Texas, Australian Conservation Foundation, Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association, Kelly O'Shanassy, Scott Tinker
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