When charting our energy future, it’s critical to consider how past successes can be replicated to help us meet our energy, security, climate, and reliability goals. Natural gas must be part of a low-carbon energy future, and to serve growing end-user demand, both at home and abroad, more pipeline infrastructure will be needed.
As chair of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), and Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategic Development for The Williams Companies, Inc., I am keenly aware of the rhetoric used to paint natural gas and its infrastructure as obsolete and environmentally detrimental — but I am also keenly aware that rhetoric is false. In fact, over the course of the past decade, natural gas and its infrastructure have fundamentally reshaped the global energy landscape and enabled significant emissions reductions, both in the U.S. and around the world.
Valeura Energy Inc (LON:VLU) is an upstream oil & gas company, with a clear strategy to add value for shareholders. The Company has a strong balance sheet positioning it for potential inorganic growth opportunities in the near/medium-term, and substantial longer-term upside potential through an operated deep, tight gas play.