Petroleum Review November 2016
These are challenging times. This issue we look at moves towards increased decarbonisation of transport fuels as the European Energy Union shapes the 2030 Climate and Energy package. We also examine how lifting of economic sanctions against Iran is coupled with a new model petroleum contract. Our regional focus on the Asia-Pacific reveals an ambitious energy agenda. For example, in Singapore, the key lies in diversification of energy supplies. But there are also serious legal disputes over maritime boundaries in the China Sea.
Faced with the downturn, Hungary’s MOL shares how it has transformed downstream operations and optimised upstreamperformance. While a real estate expert describes strategies to survive rising rents.
Safety first is the mantra of our sector, with learning from incidents vital at all levels; we also explain the importance of integrating risk assessments; and highlight new EI H&S-related briefing notes. Finally, we discuss the legal impact of foreign liabilities.
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- Journal title: Petroleum Review
- Publisher: Energy Institute
- Fuels - alternative fuels -
Content in this issue:
Reference class forecasting to pave the way to success - Article
Asia-Pacific – Getting connected - Article
Strong oil demand growth - Article
Towards a clean energy transition - Article
Business management – withstanding market pressures - Article
Growing demand for alternative fuels - Article
Control room operator competence - Article
Biofuels blending on the rise - Article
A new investment opportunity? - Article
Crossed swords – handling disputed maritime boundaries - Article
Health and safety – are you willing to act? - Article
Health and safety – Lessons learnt? - Article
Foreign liabilities can come home to roost - Article
Integrating risk assessment - Article
Singapore – An ambitious energy agenda - Article