Oil and Gas

12 reasons why gas should be part of Africa's clean energy future

A tower flaring gas at an LNG processing plant in Nigeria Image: REUTERS/Paul Carsten

Mark Thurber

Associate Director of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University

Todd Moss

Founder and Executive Director of the Energy Growth Hub, and nonresident fellow, Center for Global Development

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