America’s natural gas utilities are committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through smart innovation.
Net-Zero Emissions Opportunities
A comprehensive and detailed analysis demonstrating that incorporating gas technologies, infrastructure and strategies to achieve economy-wide net-zero emissions by 2050 is not a just a choice but an essential part of getting there.
Renewable Natural Gas
Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) is pipeline compatible gaseous fuel derived from biogenic or other renewable sources that has lower lifecycle carbon dioxide equivalent emissions than geological natural gas.
RNG can be produced from various waste streams including farms, landfills and water resource recovery facilities or from renewable electricity.
Gas utilities will play a critical role in building a clean hydrogen economy.
The U.S. possess the most extensive gas pipeline delivery network in the world, and extensive research and testing is underway now to make leveraging this infrastructure to deliver clean hydrogen in the future a reality.