Interview: Can LPG survive the shift to net zero?

Samuel Maubanc, general manager at Liquid Gas Europe, talks to ENDS about the liquified petroleum gas sector’s ambition to shift to bio-based feedstock, its prospects in a net-zero Europe and how the fuel could help bridge the urban-rural divide.

by Simon Pickstone
Maubanc: Bio-LPG is “the new kid on the block” in Europe’s renewable energy sector. Photo: Liquid Gas Europe
Maubanc: Bio-LPG is “the new kid on the block” in Europe’s renewable energy sector. Photo: Liquid Gas Europe

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