Karpowership: COP26 and LNG’s role in the energy transition


With international summit COP26 heading towards its conclusion, the controversial event has seen emission reduction commitments and pledges made by the international energy community, including countries and organisations, from a breadth of sectors. One such area looking to transform the way it consumes and provides energy is the power industry.

Focusing on UN Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7), Powership manufacturer Karpowership spoke to gasworld about its use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a tool to both reduce emissions and to transition to more sustainable fuels.

As the owner, operator and builder of the world’s only Powership fleet, Karpowership uses these floating power plants to generate electricity and supply countries around the world. The company has 5,000 MW installed capacity and another 3500 MW is under construction or in the pipeline.

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