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  • The price of Brent crude closely mirrors those of the OPEC crudes (see DSS13 OPEC prices). Geopolitical, economic, and natural events influence both. The increase in price between 1998 and 2008 was partly due to the increase in demand, especially the BRIC countries of Brasil, India and China, a...

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  • For information on methane emissions related to oil and gas, see Energy Insight - Methane Emissions reduction – Part 1 – Oil and gas Why is methane a problem?Methane (CH4) is the third most abundant greenhouse gas in the atmosphere (after water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO2)). Any methane emit...

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  • PricesThis Energy insight lists the average monthly UK retail prices for road fuel from 1902 to 2011, and also gives information about the changes in the grades of petrol and diesel.In 1902 a gallon of petrol cost 9d (=3.7p).  In 2011 a litre of unleaded petrol cost 133.6p (= 607.5p per gallon)...

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  • From the highs of January, prices have dropped through February to end lower still in March with quite considerable falls: ULSP at 121.04ppl, Diesel on 123.62 ppl, Super Unleaded on 134.39ppl and LPG on 64.65.  With the recent almost unprecedented drop in crude prices, UK automotive fuel price...

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  • For information on methane emissions related to coal, see Energy Insight - Methane Emissions reduction – Part 2 – Coal Why is methane a problem for the climate?Methane (CH4) is the third most abundant greenhouse gas in the atmosphere (after water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO2)). Any metha...

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  • As the UK moves towards a low carbon economy, technological, economical and societal developments lead to changes in business models, and vice versa, notably in the electricity system. In this Insight we will explore: The structure of the UK electricity system and the traditional business model oper...

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  • Names of the institute:1913 - The Institution of Petroleum Technologists formed (IPT) 1938 - Name changed to The Institute of Petroleum (IP) 2003 (July) - the IP merged with the Institute of Energy to become  Energy Institute ___1925 - The Institution of Fuel Economy Engineers (IFEE) ...

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  • Since this Energy Insight was published in 2017, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has, in February 2019, issued guidance for preparing for Brexit for the UK electricity sector; UK gas markets and the UK oil and gas production sectorThe UK is far from self-suffi...

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  • "...wider societal changes will be needed.  [EI] Members emphasise the need for more engagement of energy consumers in the [energy] system. Adopting new technologies and shifting demand through behavioural change are seen as necessary on the consumers' side."  Energy Barometer, Energy Inst...

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