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The first theme of this edition of Energy World is offshore renewables, where we look at why the US has yet to match Europe in terms of offshore wind deployment; the Carbon Trust’s offshore wind accelerator programme; and the UK’s efforts to build a truly homegrown wind sector. Our second feature looks at global carbon reduction policies, with articles on the controversial practice of ‘offsetting’ emissions and recent data on coal phaseout in the industrialised world.Read here
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This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with a look at how working norms are being rewritten across the energy market as the sector transitions to a low carbon future. We also review the UK’s ambitious plans for decarbonisation of significant industrial clusters, and highlight the concern voiced by some of a North-South divide. We also provide an overview of direct air capture (DAC) technologies, which have the potential to help achieve net zero but face a number of challenges along the way. Plus, our regional spotlights highlight the energy transition on the Caribbean and Latin America.Read here
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