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  • Major project completions and new discoveries are reinvigorating exploration programmes in Australia, reports Tom Bernecker, Geoscience Australia. 

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  • Space missions aimed at visiting Mercury and the Sun have been significantly redesigned in a bid to cut project costs, writes Maria Kielmas. 

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  • Blockchain’s immutable digital record of ownership could facilitate securitisation of commodities in storage and in transit, potentially revolutionising the way capital is deployed across the industry  

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  • Arnaud Breuillac, President, Exploration & Production, Total, outlines how the company is preparing for a low carbon future. He will be speaking at IP Week on 26–28 February 2019.

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  • Despite the New Zealand government recently stating that it would no longer be offering new offshore acreage for exploration, the country’s oil and gas sector remains open for business, reports Andrew Jefferies, Chief Executive, New Zealand Oil & Gas. 

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  • Driven by the energy transition, digitalisation is having radical impact on the geospatial community worldwide. BP has implemented a global mapping, reporting and analytics platform, One Map, while Shell sees advanced geospatial technology as core to many emerging digital technologies. Brian Davis r...

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  • Now in its 19th year, the Energy Institute’s annual Energy Awards showcase the inspiringaccomplishments of energy professionals worldwide.From smart solutions to energy management and flexibility, and a new wave of energy champions, we detail the winning projects.

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  • One of the prime objectives of the Energy Institute’s 2017–2019 strategy is to internationalise its activities across the board, ‘bringing global energy expertise together’. EI Technical Director Martin Maeso reviews progress within the development of good practice agains...

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  • Does the recent upturn in the tanker markets presage a long-term recovery? The signs are good, reports Peter Mackay, Principal Consultant, Meredith & Company.Rising timecharter equivalent (TCE) rates indicate that there is something structural going on in the crude oil trades that could see supp...

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  • Production is declining at fields discovered several decades ago in Russia, and finding and developing new reserves is becoming more difficult and expensive. Companies are already drilling at blocks with minimal reservoir permeability – as low as 0.1 millidarcys.Faced with such complexity, Ru...

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