LNG A Strategic Fuel for Germany’s Future

| Germany, Berlin

Given the rise of greenhouse gas emissions and the near total dependency on oil of German road freight, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has become increasingly important as an alternative fuel. That’s the message Prof. Dr. Gerald Linke, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the German Association for Gas and Water (DVGW) and Vice Chairman of International Gas Union (IGU) PGC-F Committee—Research Development and Innovation, delivered at a session of the IGU committee in Berlin this week. “It can contribute to energy security and diversification and reduce the CO2 emissions of the vehicles,” Linke said, adding that the European Commission rightly assesses LNG as a “strategic fuel of the future”. Read more »