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This month’s Petroleum Review reports that although Canada’s oil and gas industry is in recovery mode as prices stabilise, market access and supply cost worries remain.

Meanwhile, prospects are looking brighter for the US sector, which is set to benefit from a positive macro-economic outlook and President Trump’s fossil fuel agenda.

Our refining feature suggests the International Maritime Organisation’s new marine fuel specifications mandating a lower global sulphur cap from 2020 may provide some respite for refiners, who have been streamlining operations and rationalising capacity in recent years in a bid to staycompetitive.

We also highlight key technology trends developing in this sector. Looking to the power sector, we report how inadequate power supplies are driving demand for diesel generators on the African continent and are leading governments to prioritise power projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

We also explain why the long-predicted LNG supply wave has yet to materialise, and focus on Italy’s latest LNG plans, both at home and further afield.

In addition, the magazine presents the latest findings from the just-published EI Energy Barometer report, while the EI Middle East branch reports on progress being made in Dubai and the wider Middle East to promote fuel diversification and energy efficiency.


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Energy Disciplines Energy security | Manufacturing engineering and technology | Energy Research | Energy policy | Energy efficiency / management |
Energy Processes Refining | Energy demand and consumption | Exploration | Marine transportation |
Energy Products Oil and gas | Liquefied natural gas | Marine Oil | Diesel |
Subjects Energy security | Manufacturing engineering | Energy research | Energy policy | Energy efficiency | Refining | Liquefied natural gas | Marine Oil | Diesel | Oil and gas | Energy consumption |
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Content in this issue
  1. Aquaterra installs new Sea Swift platform in Egypt - News Item
  2. Total agrees first deal since Iranian sanctions lifted - News Item
  3. Hungary signs up to TurkStream as EC seeks Russian deal over Nord Stream 2 - News Item
  4. EBRD to help Egypt pivot towards solar - News Item
  5. US shale oil production forecast to reach 9mn b/d by 2025 - News Item
  6. Gulf fuel retail to launch in Japan - News Item
  7. Technology Centre approves £1.6mn worth of projects - News Item
  8. Centrica to cease storage operations at Rough - News Item
  9. Carbon neutral fuel within reach? - News Item
  10. BP and Reliance Industries to progress and expand partnership - News Item
  11. Ethane-based petrochemical production starts at Antwerp facility - News Item
  12. New nuclear projects need to evolve - News Item
  13. North Korea’s neighbours advance oil and gas projects undeterred by military provocations - News Item
  14. Refiners to increase spending on digital technologies - News Item
  15. Pioneering ‘fingerprint’ test to build confidence in geological storage of CO2 - News Item
  16. OGA data release and technology event to support 30th Offshore Licensing Round - News Item
  17. Meeting UK CO2 storage needs to 2050 - News Item
  18. OGA provides new estimates on the cost of UK oil and gas decommissioning - News Item
  19. The Kraken awakes in North Sea - News Item
  20. Electric vehicles and smart meters promoted in Queen’s Speech - News Item
  21. Oil price falls below $45/b - News Item
  22. Oil and gas companies look for benefits in EU–Japan trade deal - News Item
  23. France announces ban on petrol and diesel powered vehicles - News Item
  24. North Sea a burden on UK taxpayers - News Item
  25. Qatar caught in Gulf diplomatic row - News Item
  26. Tukuaz Petrol to invest $100mn in Turkish forecourt network - News Item
  27. Prelude FLNG begins journey to Australia - News Item
  28. Long-term shifts underway in global energy markets - News Item
  29. Gas-to-power generation first in Botswana - News Item
  30. Gazprom Neft establishes joint venture with Repsol - News Item
  31. ExxonMobil makes FID for Liza oil development in Guyana - News Item
  32. Energy economist warns that carbon capture and storage will never be viable - News Item
  33. Prioritising power - Articles
  34. Views from UK energy professionals - Articles
  35. Working towards a secure energy future - Articles
  36. What’s new in refining technology? - Articles
  37. Oil and natural gas - bright prospects ahead - Articles
  38. Closing Africa’s power deficit - Articles
  39. LNG supply wave delay - Articles
  40. Back in the saddle - Articles
  41. An unlikely respite from an improbable cause? - Articles
  42. Gas developments - pushing ahead - Articles

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