(November 10, 2009) In the long struggle to combat climate change, natural gas has emerged as a transformative element of a low-carbon energy economy. Recent developments have greatly increased estimated resources, while also introducing a host of new opportunities for efficient use of gas.
Chris Flavin and Snuller Price address the potential role of natural gas in achieving short-term and long-term climate and energy security goals, focusing on opportunities in California, the U.S and the world.
Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford
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