Gas preferred in cleaner future: Bethune

SPEAKING in Paris overnight, EnerqyQuest CEO Dr Graeme Bethune said governments around the world could learn from the Australian experience to unlock more than 7000 trillion cubic feet of unconventional gas resources, leaving more coal in the ground.

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"Development of this gas, rather than coal, has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse emissions, cut air pollution and bring economic benefits," he said in an address to the 2015 World Gas

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