Establishing a viable gas energy sector in SA
While the global trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) continues to grow, the Southern African region is showing interesting resources of natural gas in countries such as Angola, Namibia and Mozambique, and well as new discoveries off the southern Cape coast.
There is also the potential of shale gas in the Karoo and coal-bed methane gas in South Africa and Botswana, as well as are opportunities for bio-gas, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and hydrogen gas production in South Africa.
It is clear that a wide range of applications, such as new gas-to-power plants to complement variable renewable energy, as well as other industrial, transportation, agricultural and business applications, could benefit from a a viable gas sector in South Africa.
But the question remains as to how to facilitate and establish a viable gas energy sector in South Africa from these existing and emerging local and international resources, in a way that can benefit the local economy, and create jobs in South Africa in a sustainable way.
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