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IEEFA video: Are gas and LNG investments safe?

Increasing price and demand volatility, policy change, competition and stranded asset risk threaten gas and LNG investments

Are gas investments safe? IEEFA energy finance analyst Bruce Robertson shows how risks are mounting in the sector and warns that these will result in financial losses and stranded assets. This pressure comes from many directions including climate change, energy and financial policy shifts, market competition, fluctuating demand, price volatility and technological innovation, including decarbonization and renewables.

 

Learn more: In a changing world, will your gas investments be safe? 

 

Bruce Robertson ([email protected]) is an IEEFA energy finance analyst, gas/LNG.

 

Media contacts:

Kate Finlayson, [email protected], tel: +61 418 254 237

Muhamed Sulejmanagic, [email protected], tel: +1 (313) 246-4547

 

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