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The magazine for oil and gas professionals in the energy transition
This month’s issue focuses again on the energy transition, with stories on the oil industry’s role, the development of global carbon trading and pricing schemes, and how AI may help the energy sector deal with carbon pricing and emissions reductions complexities.
We also outline the latest geopolitical issues impacting the global oil and gas scene, taking a look at the EAEU’s goal of creating a common energy market among post-Soviet states and the struggle for energy security in the Middle East.
About Petroleum Review
Petroleum Review highlights the latest advances, trends and developments across the global oil and gas industry – upstream, midstream and downstream. Its news pages, feature articles and analysis provide objective and informed comment on the key issues impacting the sector, both today and in the future.
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