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New Energy World is coming

New Energy World will be the EI’s new flagship magazine, to be launched in March 2022.

Building on the rich legacies of Petroleum Review and Energy World, it will cover the whole energy system, from the dynamics under way in conventional oil and gas through to fast-paced developments in low-carbon technology, and everything in between. Designed to keep you up-to-date with the global trends and local developments, it will showcase the people, the work and the technologies that make our industry great, and will be your window on the energy transition as it unfolds.

In the run-up to the launch, regular news updates and opinion pieces, as well as archived material, will continue to be available via the links below.

New Energy World will be the Energy Institute’s flagship outlet for a new era. We look forward to presenting it to you.

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Latest Issue

December 2021

This month we look at arrangements by which communities in the US and Australia can benefit from local solar power installations. Plus our annual look at winners of the Ashden Awards for local renewables projects in developing countries. We discuss the potential for ‘zombie’ energy infrastructure assets as the costs of renewables falls, followed by the growth of ‘renewable diesel’ and its ramifications, and a look at new solid fuels being made in the UK. The issue would not be complete without a considered look back to last month’s COP26 event. And, as it’s the final Energy World, we have taken a look back at some past issues.

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Petroleum Review December 2021 cover

Latest Issue

December 2021

This month we say a fond farewell to Petroleum Review and herald an exciting new online publication in 2022. EI CEO Nick Wayth reveals more, and Kim Jackson, Editor, and Brian Davis, Deputy Editor, share some personal reflections on the history of the magazine. This issue also looks at how the extensive knowledge and expertise of the energy sector will be vital to achieving the changes needed to meet the climate challenge, as highlighted at COP26. We also showcase some new solutions being developed to address IT and OT cyber threats, and how artificial intelligence is spurring innovation and optimism across all sectors in the energy transition.

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