Petroleum Review July 2019
This month’s issue begins with our regional focus, highlighting booming activity on the North American unconventionals front and increasing interest in regenerating production from Alaska’s North Slope, which celebrates 50 years of output this year.
The LNG glut forecast this summer is a hot topic for the market, and key importers face a variety of options – some will buy more spot cargoes, while others will be constrained by price and capacity. We take a whistlestop tour around the globe, looking at who will absorb LNG oversupply. We also assess the affordability and competitiveness of a number of new LNG supply value chains due onstream by 2025, and look at the new wave of FLNG developments.
Our power markets feature focuses in particular on new distributed energy systems, set to be one of the most disruptive trends in the energy industry. This topic is also addressed by three online articles this month.
We also highlight some of the key findings of the Energy Institute’s Energy Barometer 2019 report, which summarises the opinions of energy professionals surveyed on topical energy issues.
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- Journal title: Petroleum Review
- Publisher: Energy Institute
Content in this issue:
Powering the future - Article
Distributed energy – the chaotic revolution - Article
Powering up - Article
Capital spend on energy security and sustainability falls short - Article
Brexit rises to the top of member concerns - Article
Piecing together the decentralised energy jigsaw - Article
Distributed energy development on the UK front - Article
Wave of disruption for energy supply - Article
Boomtime for unconventionals - Article
Wave of development - Article
Who will absorb LNG oversupply? - Article
The great Alaskan oil rush – 50 years on - Article