Climate action may already be turning destructive for gas policy, both in developed and developing economies. Power is in the firing line, but other growing segments such as transport and shipping could be imperiled as well.
Furthermore, the geopolitics of gas remain as important as ever as national priorities, policies and gas requirements evolve. Beyond the Eastern Mediterranean, Nord Stream 2 and US-China relations flashpoints, gas will remain a key tool in navigating relations among the shifting cohort of buyers and sellers. Given this rapidly changing landscape, how bright is the future for gas?