Should the G7 Invest In Gas Again?

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Should the G7 Invest In Gas Again?

29 July 2022 – by ETA Editorial

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Energy Tracker Asia talks to Friederike Roder in this episode of Energy Insights. They speak about the recent G7 summit 2022, where leaders of the globe’s richest nations decided to invest in gas to shore up global energy supplies amidst global shortages. They also discuss the current energy crisis gripping the world, how more gas investments by the G7 will impact developing countries, German Chancellor Sholz’s recent remarks and what they could mean, the recent unrest in Asia from fuel shortages, LNG investments by developed countries in developing countries and other topics.

Friederike Roder is the Vice President of Global Advocacy at Global Citizen. She has been working in development for over 15 years in the OECD, the German International Cooperation, the African Union and several other NGOs. She holds a Master’s in International Affairs, specialising in international security and development and one in political science.

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