After COP26, is the writing on the wall for gas-fired projects?


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Issue 450 - 23 Nov 2021 - By Dan Marks | 7 minute read

Despite fierce resistance from many resource-rich, infrastructure-poor African governments, 34 countries and five development banks committed to ending external funding for fossil fuel projects at the Cop26 summit. Dan Marks and African Energy staff ask whether the writing really is on the wall for natural gas projects

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