LNG faces record production but is the industry scaling in the cleanest way possible? Download the new eBook to learn about MHI’s proposed low carbon solutions to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and thermal inefficiencies associated with LNG plants.
By 2050, the shipping industry must halve its CO2 emissions to meet the IMO’s tightening regulations. Which propulsion systems it selects today has long-term implications. Our new eBook evaluates the current and emerging fuel and propulsion technologies to consider in order to future-proof fleet choices.
It’s all hands on deck in the global effort to reach net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050, and hydrogen is rapidly establishing itself as a key ‘go-to’ fuel for the future. Our new eBook discusses two key roles this powerful renewable energy source can play in the race toward carbon neutrality: enabling greater use of renewable electricity, and decarbonizing hard-to-abate sectors.
Between now and 2022, it is estimated there will be 132 billion cubic meters of LNG production capacity added globally – that’s 5% more than the total annual gas demand of Japan.
Hydrogen is fast approaching a tipping point. Its potential as a fuel has long been acknowledged. And now, as the world races to limit the effects of global warming, its promise as an emission-free energy carrier is being rediscovered.
The global oil and gas industry is entering a period of wide-ranging and transformative change. Organizations that don’t address these rapid changes may find themselves falling behind.