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LNG - The Story in Numbers
As the cleanest-burning fossil fuel, the increased use of LNG can significantly improve local air quality as well as reduce carbon dioxide (C02) emissions. LNG releases 45-50% less C02 than coal, 30% less C02 than fuel oil, dramatically reduces nitrogen oxide emissions, does not emit soot, dust or fumes, and produces insignificant amounts of sulphur dioxide, mercury, and other particulates compared to other fuels.
To meet the challenges of global warming, climate change, and protecting the environment - several countries are adopting actions aimed, at achieving a target of a 40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, along with a set of measures designed to reduce pollutant emissions. The Government of India has laid out a plan for the higher availability and usage of Liquified Natural Gas, vis-a-vis the common fossil fuels.