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OPINION: THE CASE FOR RENEWABLE GAS IN A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE, NOT JUST ELECTRICITY


NWGA Board member for FortisBC, Joe Mazza, vice-president of energy supply and resource development, submitted an opinion editorial on the importance of the natural gas system in reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the value chain in a low carbon economy. His editorial specifically focuses on emitting carbon, not the fuel, and how the whole system can play a vital role in reaching climate change goals while utilizing innovations and new technologies to leverage our existing natural gas infrastructure in the region. Read this opinion editorial by clicking here.


To learn more about the PNW region’s natural gas industry, download the NWGA Gas Outlook by clicking here, and for more information on greenhouse gas emissions, click here.

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