EU’s ‘unnecessary’ gas splurge threatens climate goals: analysis
Paris: Europe is set to spend more than 100 billion euros on “unnecessary” natural gas infrastructure, boosting its import capacity by a third and imperilling the continent’s climate goals, new analysis showed Tuesday.
In the first survey of its kind, the Global Energy Monitor (GEM) think tank looked at proposed natural gas infrastructure projects — including power plants, import terminals and pipelines — throughout the European Union and Britain. – AFP