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  • A consortium of pioneering gas transmission projects, under the banner of H21, led by Northern Gas Networks, aims to demonstrate that the UK gas grid can be converted to hydrogen technically, safely and economically. Brian Davis reports.

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  • The UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has released new guidance updating how the UK’s climate change regulations, emissions trading and energy labelling would be affected if the UK leaves the European Union (EU) with no deal – a scenario that Prime Minister Boris John...

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  • The EI is sponsoring four conference papers from its health, safety and environment themes that communicate findings of its Technical work programme at the SPE European HSE Conference and Exhibition, London, 16–18 April 2013.

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  • Leslie Lie,WoodMackenzie’s Upstream Analyst and author of the report China’s CBM industry on the launchpad discusses the significance of CBM (coal bed methane) in China’s gas industry and the most likely development outcomes, based on Chinese production targets.

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  • The Petroleum Geology Conference (PGC) - organised by the Geological Society, PESGB and the Energy Institute - has a rich tradition of furthering the understanding of the geology of the North Sea basin. The series of seven conferences that have been held over the past 30 years or so have stressed th...

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  • Although the UK North Sea remains in the doldrums the Norwegian sector has surged ahead in the last year, with new developments such as Gudrun, Gjoa, Goliat and Skarv to name just four.Meanwhile, more drilling success points to some significant finds,reports John Bradbury.

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  • Much ink (and no small amount of trees) has been devoted lately to carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). Permanently storing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in suitable underground formations must be done in order to avoid environmental calamity, according to the United Nation’s Intergovernmental P...

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  • Earlier this year the North Sea was in danger of becoming very quiet indeed. However, rising oil prices and recovering economic confidence have stimulated rateher more activity and development interest in the last few months.Table giving start-up dates, field, blocks, oil an gas reserves, production...

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  • The Energy Institute's (EI) Hydrocarbon Management Committee (HMC) continues to work closely with the American Petroleum Institute (API) on the joint development and harmonisation of petroleum measurement standards worldwide. A Joint Committee consisting of the API COPM (Committee on Petroleum Measu...

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  • Risk assessments are a widely accepted practice used by regulatory agencies to determine the conditions under which a chemical may pose a significant risk to human health and safety. Vapour intrusion is often the principal risk driver at sites where petroleum hydrocarbons have been released into the...

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