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Electricity networks and carbon markets – the themes of this July/August edition of Energy World – are two complex, manmade constructs that have huge potential to aid the energy transition. We look at cross-border ‘green grids’ in South Asia, how European grids can integrate more small-scale renewables and why reformed electricity markets could drive system-wide decarbonisation. Plus, a look at carbon pricing and cyberattacks on critical energy infrastructure.Read here
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We begin this month’s issue of Petroleum Review with analysis of the latest energy figures recently published in the BP Statistical Review of World Energy. Meanwhile, our regional spotlight focuses on the North Sea and the challenges experienced there due to COVID-19 and the oil price collapse. We also explore how the energy transition is impacting the bulk storage sector, and take a deep dive into the world of process safety, with a look at the latest from the EI’s Toolbox, a one-stop-shop for H&S good practice and guidance.Read here
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