Exploring renewable natural gas as a decarbonization strategy

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By Philip Sheehy, Maurice Oldham, Emily O'Connell, and Stephen Soulé
Maurice Oldham
Senior Consultant, Transportation and Energy
Stephen Soulé
Director, Strategy & Corporate Development, Washington Gas

How could renewable natural gas deployment achieve +100 million metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions by 2040? The American Gas Foundation and ICF developed a report on the national resource and economic potential for renewable natural gas (RNG) to be a GHG emission reduction strategy. Learn why this report can improve policymakers’ understanding of how delivering RNG to all sectors of the economy can meaningfully and cost effectively contribute to broader GHG emission reduction initiatives.

Washington Gas also provides an overview of our recent RNG assessment with them. Learn about the economic potential of Washington Gas’ renewable natural gas supply as a GHG emission reduction strategy.

The webinar also covers:

  • Regional RNG production potential out to 2040.
  • Breakdown of RNG potential by feedstock and technology categories including RNG from power-to-gas.
  • Projected costs of RNG compared to other greenhouse gas emission abatement options.
  • Opportunities for more comprehensive and targeted RNG supply assessments.

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Meet the authors
  1. Philip Sheehy, Director, Transportation and Energy

    Philip is committed to identifying cost-effective solutions to meet the challenge of decarbonization, with over 15 years of experience navigating the technical, economic, and regulatory challenges associated with decarbonizing transportation fuels.  View bio

  2. Maurice Oldham, Senior Consultant, Transportation and Energy
  3. Emily O'Connell, Director of Energy Markets Policy, American Gas Association
  4. Stephen Soulé, Director, Strategy & Corporate Development, Washington Gas