US Climate Envoy Pershing Talks Energy Transition

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US Deputy Climate Envoy Jonathan Pershing discussed the Biden administration's approach to the energy transition, including its views on public financing for oil and gas projects, the role of natural gas, and its position on carbon border taxes in an exclusive interview with Energy Intelligence. Below is an edited version of the conversation, which took place shortly after last month's COP26 in Glasgow.

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