Petroleum Review October 2019
This month’s issue begins with a look at how Russia is having to reassess its gas marketing strategy in order to retain its position as Europe’s top gas supplier.
Meanwhile, as highlighted by speakers at Offshore Europe 2019, there are good prospects for the decommissioning sector, particularly on the UKCS, with opportunities for innovation, new technology and skills.
Continuing with the theme of asset management, we present a new technological innovation that aims to repair internal corrosion defects in oil pipelines while keeping them in service, and highlight how the oil and gas sector can mitigate against external corrosion.
We also look at the importance of workplace diversity, with a specific focus on the renewables sector.
The energy transition remains a constant theme in Petroleum Review, and this month we place the spotlight on carbon capture and storage (CCS), which has lots of potential worldwide but also faces significant challenges.
We also introduce two new, free-to-use resources developed by the Energy Institute that aim to provide a ‘one stop shop’ for H&S good practice and guidance.
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- Journal title: Petroleum Review
- Publisher: Energy Institute
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Content in this issue:
Safety first for low carbon technology - Article
Reservoir Microbiology Forum celebrates Silver Anniversary - Article
Gassed up and ready to go - Article
Robotic repair of live lines - Article
Putting safety in your hands - Article
Energy and price drivers - Article
Rust never sleeps - Article
Decommissioning scramble - Article
Leveraging new opportunities - Article