SGI White Papers Series
The SGI White Paper Series provides globally impactful policy facing analysis, bringing clarity to contentious topics in the energy sector. The SGI delivers this through the use of systematic review of the contemporary evidence base and primary analysis to fill gaps in current knowledge.
You can also read a description of the SGI White Paper Series methodology.
The Institute is currently working on its fourth report (White Paper 4: Can natural gas reduce emissions from transport?) which is due to be published on 28 January 2019. Register for our launch event on Eventbrite.
White Paper Catalogue
SGI White Paper 3 looks at the evidence surrounding the decarbonisation potential of existing gas network infrastructure. This paper investigates recent research that suggests options to decarbonise the existing gas grid might be competitive under certain circumstances.
The report examines the current state of knowledge regarding ‘unburnable carbon’ and the extent to which Carbon Capture & Storage can unlock hydrocarbon reserves without endangering climate change targets.
Published in September 2015, this was a comprehensive review of the available data on both methane and carbon dioxide emissions from
the natural supply chain.