Kerry Rejects Notion Of Gas Pipelines As ‘Stranded’ In Low-Carbon Shift

June 8, 2021
White House international climate envoy John Kerry is rejecting the notion that natural gas pipelines will automatically become “stranded assets” as the economy shifts toward net-zero emissions, arguing such pipeline networks can be repurposed to transport low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia. “People in the industry tell me they can do this,” Kerry said during a June 8 appearance at the American Clean Power Association’s (ACPA) virtual conference. “Some of it will have to be retrofitted, sure,” Kerry added. “But, basically, I...

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