The Time for Responsibly Sourced Gas is Now (Change the Narrative)

Thomas Russo of Russo Energy LLC, recently published a new white paper describing how the U.S. natural gas and LNG industries can benefit in the transition to a carbon-neutral future by embracing a narrative of “responsibly sourced gas (RSG).”

Russo notes the urgency: “It’s time for the industries and individual companies to shelve slogans and take action to distinguish US natural gas from other global sources by embracing a narrative of ‘responsibly sourced gas (RSG).’ To do otherwise increases the risk that natural gas and LNG will fall victim to the growing movement to decarbonize the heating, power and transportation sectors via an all electrification strategy.

The paper further describes the importance of continuous monitoring and independent certification of responsible operations to provide legitimacy to the RSG strategy.

Download the paper Responsibly Sourced Gas: Time to Change the Natural Gas Industry’s Narrative below.

About Thomas N. Russo and Russo Energy, LLC

Thomas N. Russo has over 30 years of experience in energy regulation, infrastructure, markets, environmental impact assessment, and energy security. Prior to starting Russo on Energy LLC, he worked for over 30 years as a manager and senior energy industry analyst at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He also is an adjunct professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University in Washington, DC, where he teaches courses in global energy and international energy and environmental regulations.

About Project Canary

Project Canary is a climate technology company that offers an enterprise emissions data platform that helps companies identify, measure, understand, and act to reduce emissions across the energy value chain. Given its outsized impact, the Company started with methane and has since expanded to other greenhouse gasses. Project Canary’s mission is to Measure It — leveraging sophisticated software solutions to help companies improve and report on their emissions footprint. They do this by building high-fidelity sensors, ingesting data from various other technologies and sources, characterizing the accuracy of such emissions data, and deploying advanced physics-based AI-powered models to identify leaks and quantify emissions.
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