Natural gas and carbon capture key to orderly transition in Asia

Transformative technologies – and particularly the importance of carbon capture and storage (CCS) – took centre stage on day three at Gastech 2023 in Singapore.

A clearer picture of the transformative potential of climate technologies is emerging with new infrastructure promising to mitigate emissions being brought to market, delegates attending Gastech 2023 in Singapore heard.

On the third day, senior ministers, business leaders, and global climate specialists reached consensus on the steps required to develop new solutions to reduce carbon emissions and accelerate climate technologies.

Climate technology is a critical component of the world’s decarbonisation efforts and, in recognition of this, Gastech has expanded its 2023 edition to include a dedicated Climatetech exhibition and conference programme, bringing together established energy players, policy analysts, investors, and Big Tech.

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