Study: For Power Generation, U.S. LNG Emits Significantly Less Greenhouse Gases  

By Energy in Depth Using U.S. liquified natural gas (LNG) for power generation emits significantly less greenhouse gas emissions than coal in three primary markets, according to a new American Petroleum Institute study conducted with researchers at ICF International. The study concluded that U.S. LNG produces 50.5 percent fewer emissions on average when used for electricity generation in China, Germany and..

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