Christopher Goncalves and Matthew Tanner discussed a new article written by members of BRG’s Energy & Climate practice, “LNG Market Under Increasing Pressure,” which investigates the economics of the transition on the road to 2050. The panel discussed:

  • A levelized cost comparison of each type of energy production
  • How relative costs are likely to develop, including trends in financing costs
  • The role of gas and LNG as a transition fuel
  • The impact of the pandemic on the speed of the transition
  • Government policies that could drive mass rollout of low-carbon production
  • Potential pathways to meet the Paris Agreement goal of net-zero emissions by 2050
  • Comparison of the approaches of the EU, US, and Asia-Pacific economies and the impact on the trade in energy, including LNG

Learn more about the discussion with Transition Economist, a brand of the PE Media Network.