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Petroleum Review, Vol 55 No 657, October 2001

12  NORTH SEA – DECOMMISSIONING - Decommissioning high on the agenda
15  NORTH SEA - E&P - Continued development of Captain
44  EXPLORATION - UK ONSHORE - Hopes high but fields declining
56  IP- MERGER - Joining forces

LL SUPPLEMENT
II  LIFETIME LEARNING -  On the Institute of Petroleum’s road to success
IV  CPD - CPD - a driving force for change
V  JOB SKILLS - Tackling skills shortage
VII CASE STUDIES - Lifetime learning in practice
- On the knowledge trail
VIII  PINTO - championing skills development downstream
IX  CITY & GUILDS - Award recognition for lifetime learning
XI  IP PRIZE WINNER - Training in the working world
XII  DISTANCE LEARNING - Benefits all round with distance learning
XIII  COURSES - Training and education directory
XIX  COMPANY MANAGEMENT - Executive education in the oil and gas industry
XX  GRADUATES - Opportunity knocks

FEATURES
16  REFINING - BY-PRODUCTS - Where will all the sulfur go?
18  COMPANIES - TAKEOVERS - Racing to buy North American gas reserves
20  CLIMATE CHANGE – ENSO - EI Niño - Return of the kid?
46  ROMANIA - DOWNSTREAM - Still space in the marketplace?
49  JAPAN - GAS - Government starts planning full deregulation
52  FORECOURTS - INTERNET - Added value of e-service stations
54  FORECOURTS - BUSINESS MANAGEMENT - Saving your way into prosperity 

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