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Download Life cycle GHG Footprint of a U.S. Energy Export Market for Coal and Natural Gas
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Date: 10/7/2014
Type: Presentation
Status: Active
NETL Contact: Timothy J. Skone, P.E.
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Author(s): Greg Cooney (Booz Allen Hamilton); Greg Schivley (Booz Allen Hamilton); James Littlefield (Booz Allen Hamilton); Joe Marriott (Booz Allen Hamilton); Timothy J Skone (NETL)

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This presentation was given at the LCA XIV Conference and shows that the majority of life cycle GHG emissions come from power plants; even the LNG export scenarios, which lose approximately 10% of transported natural gas to parasitic loads, have lower life cycle GHG emissions than the coal scenarios.