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Is Natural Gas a Friend of the Climate?

The general objective of this study is to evaluate the climate impacts of the gas supply chain: in particular, those associated with liquefied natural gas

Smoke and Mirrors

The study shutters EU claims on climate benefits from flagship energy project; the Southern Gas Corridor. The controversial Southern Gas Corridor, the EU’s flagship energy

BOOK: Global Gas Lock-in. Bridge to nowhere

Fossil gas is gaining ground and increasing in importance in the global energy scenario. There are numerous publications and studies evaluating the risk of fuels

Energy grabbing

This paper defines energy grabbing as a powerful concept that visualizes the impacts of high dependent energy consumers. The Spanish case is analysed showing that

Financialisation of infrastructure

Increasingly many aspects of our lives are becoming financialised. The development of markets around essential services and natural commodities has reshaped the world economy and is putting finance firmly