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Petroleum Review July 2020

This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with the second part of our feature highlighting what leading authorities anticipate will be the post-pandemic picture for the energy transition going forwards.

Our Op-Ed piece proposes how some of the weirdest ‘Ugly Ducklings’ of today can turn in to tomorrow’s world-saving ‘Green Swans’, particularly when it comes to addressing the energy transition.

Meanwhile, climate change has not pressed pause because of the current pandemic and its market impacts, and we explain why gas stakeholders must sustain momentum of what is the world’s ‘greenest fossil fuel’. Part 2 of our feature addressing the decarbonisation challenge looks at the relationship between the energy transition and progress towards a decarbonised energy system.

Highlighting the impact of recent events on the hydrogen economy, we provide an update on recent developments across the globe. We also present the Energy Institute’s latest guidence for hydrogen users in the UK.

Moving to emissions mitigation, we look at how carbon capture, use and storage projects are progressing globally and in the UK.

The magazine closes with our regional overview, which provides a snapshot of recent oil and gas developments in the Arctic region of North America and Russia, and the current state of play in the US unconventionals sector.


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