The COP24 interview: Gas Matters speaks with Joe M Kang, IGU President

October 4, 2018

We are now just a few months away from the COP 24 UN climate talks at Katowice  in Poland, where negotiators have been tasked with finalising the rulebook that will govern implementation of the Paris Agreement. In this exclusive interview with Gas Matters, Joe Kang, the new president of the International Gas Union, explains why the talks matter to the entire energy industry. He also outlines the advocacy initiatives the IGU is working on to ensure policy-makers are aware of the vital contributions natural gas can make to a sustainable energy future and cleaner air.

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