The role of natural gas in a low emissions future

RISC’s Managing Partner Martin Wilkes presented at the SEAAOC Conference in Darwin last month, discussing how the promotion of a future energy mix based on renewables and natural gas is likely to lead to the lowest cost and least disruptive way of maximising emission reductions. To view his well received presentation, please click here.

A video version of the presentation will be available soon.

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