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New study finds Australia still needs plenty of gas in 2050, even under net zero

Australia will still need substantial gas production 26 years from now to ensure reliable and affordable energy in 2050, even under a net zero scenario, according to a new study 'The Future Role of Natural Gas in Australia and the Region.'

Colin Hay
New study finds Australia still needs plenty of gas in 2050, even under net zero

Australia needs to continue making significant investments in gas to have reliable and affordable energy in 2050, according to the report by EY, and commissioned by the Australian Energy Producers (formerly...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the mining sector, brought to you by the Energy News Bulletin Intelligence team.

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