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Petroleum Review March 2020

This month’s issue begins with the second of a two-part article looking at the variety of routes being taken by the oil and gas sector in the drive to a low carbon future, with a particular focus on the activities of Repsol, ADNOC and BP. Keeping to the energy transition theme, we also highlight how the drive to decarbonise is leading to the development of carbon trading and pricing schemes across the globe, and how AI may be able to help the energy sector deal with carbon pricing and emissions reductions complexities. The first in a series of articles highlighting the EI’s international footprint, describes the role that renewables with energy storage can play in projects from the UK to the Asia-Pacific. 

The magazine also outlines the latest geopolitical issues impacting the global oil and gas scene, and takes a closer look at the Eurasian Economic Union’s (EAEU) goal of creating a common energy market among post-Soviet states. 

Meanwhile, industry experts examine critical issues around operation technology (OT) and cybersecurity defence. 

Our regional spotlight focuses on the Middle East, which needs to avoid being distracted by political ‘noise’ as it strives to guarantee energy security in the 2020s. We also highlight developments in Israel and the Strait of Hormuz. 

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