What is the energy of now?

The global energy crisis is real. We need a solution right away. In order to actually get to a renewable future, we need an energy solution for this very moment. Not the energy of what could be or what will be, but the energy of now.

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What is the energy of now?

The global energy crisis is real. We need a solution right away. In order to actually get to a renewable future, we need an energy solution for this very moment. Not the energy of what could be or what will be, but the energy of now.

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30%

Increase in energy demand over the next 20 years2

what is liquefied natural gas?

Liquefied natural gas is one of the most versatile and reliable fuel sources available now, and can be a much less pollutive substitute when used for power production. Especially in developing countries.

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what is liquefied natural gas?

Liquefied natural gas is one of the most versatile and reliable fuel sources available now, and can be a much less pollutive substitute when used for power production. Especially in developing countries.

a lit burner on a gas stove
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2.7 Trillion Dollars

investment in natural gas production is needed to meet the growing energy needs to achieve our ambitious climate goals3

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2.7 Trillion Dollars

investment in natural gas production is needed to meet the growing energy needs to achieve our ambitious climate goals3

50% emissions reduction

Natural gas reduces lifecycle emissions by 50% when replacing coal to generate electricity.4

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a poor community of makeshift dwellings

1 Billion

People are currently living without electricity5

Watch video 1

Two minutes with Charif Souki on the critical need for natural gas.

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We Believe

Natural gas reduces chronic air pollution when used in place of coal for power production and it:

1

Reduces lifecycle carbon emissions by approximately one-half when replacing coal to generate electricity.

2

Lowers the carbon footprint of transportation (trucks and ships) by 25% compared to other fuels.

3

Virtually eliminates pollutants like sulfur oxides, soot and particulates that cause air pollution and damage human health.

4

Complements renewables until they are more economic, reliable, available and where the energy generated can be stored by responsibly developed batteries.

Watch video 2

Two minutes with Charif Souki on the benefits of natural gas production.

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12%

Of our global energy currently provided by renewable solutions

Our Commitment to Sustainability

Our goal is to help reduce worldwide carbon emissions and slow the pace of climate change.

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Our Trees Program

Tellurian’s $25 million investment is the largest contribution in National Forest Foundation’s history.

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Our Commitment to Sustainability

Our goal is to help reduce worldwide carbon emissions and slow the pace of climate change.

the forest floor with sun shining through

Our Trees Program

Tellurian’s $25 million investment is the largest contribution in National Forest Foundation’s history.

a young tree sprouting in the sun

Our Commitment to Sustainability

Our goal is to help reduce worldwide carbon emissions and slow the pace of climate change.

the forest floor with sun shining through

Our Trees Program

Tellurian’s $25 million investment is the largest contribution in National Forest Foundation’s history.

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an overhead view of a lush, thick forest

Over their lifetime, 300,000 trees will absorb 150,000 mt of co2, which is the equivalent of 376,979,681 Miles driven by an average passenger vehicle6