New Statesman
The role for gas in the UK’s energy mix
By Judith Shapiro - 21 December 9:01

Let’s face it – we are heading for another ‘dash for gas’ in the UK – we might as well be upfront about it. Is this a bad thing? Probably not.

Mike Stephenson
Are we closing off technology options for a low carbon future?
By Mike Stephenson - 01 November 5:51

Mike Stephenson, British Geological Survey

 

Natural Gas: facts and figures
By New Statesman - 01 November 5:31

Facts and figures Global primary energy mix by consumption

Natural Gas Video
By pardhu - 01 November 5:22

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New Statesman
Q&A with Jon Gibbins
By Jon Gibbins - 31 October 12:49

According to the International Energy Agency, the world may have 250 years of gas at current levels. What lies behind this increased estimate?

New Statesman
Natural Gas
By Alex Hern - 09 October 6:16

“The hope of the early environmentalists, that the world would run out of hydrocarbons before we did irreparable damage, is no longer realistic.”