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  1. The use of renewable energy sources will continue to increase, and fossil fuels will continue to play an important role in meeting the growing global demand for energy.

    Currently fossil fuels are 82% of primary energy consumption, and they are projected to be 76% in 2035, per the International Energy Agency. Meeting the challenge of taking action on climate change while providing adequate, affordable supplies of reliable energy will require financial investments, skilled people, technical innovation and responsible stewardship from policy makers, energy producers and consumers.

  2. Natural gas use can greatly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

    As compared to coal, natural gas power production emits roughly half the greenhouse gas emissions during its life cycle. Vehicles using natural gas have up to 20% less GHG emissions as compared to gas and diesel

  3. We are committed to the reduction of GHG emissions from our operations.

    We recognize that human activity, including the burning of fossil fuels, is contributing to increased concentrations of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere that can lead to adverse changes in global climate. We are continuing to manage GHG emissions in our operations and to integrate climate change related activities and goals into our business planning. We’ve implemented numerous programs to reduce our methane emissions.