The International Energy Agency (IEA) has infuriated environmentalists with a report on what it calls the "golden age" of gas.
The summary says gas use could grow more than 50% by 2035 if local problems with shale extraction can be overcome.
Only in the last paragraph does it say this would be inconsistent with a global temperature rise of 2C.
And it does not warn the boom could lead to a potentially devastating 3.5C rise until page 91 of the full report.
Critics complain that most policy makers won't get that far and say the IEA should not be celebrating any fossil fuel golden age.