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  • Entering 2020, we leave behind a so-called ‘year of rebellion’ to enter a new year of unprecedented uncertainty.

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  • There is uncertainty about New Zealand’s Barque project after the government banned new exploration permits, reports Barbara Barkhausen in Sydney.

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  • Learning from incidents (LFI) is key for energy companies to become safer. Here, researchers Victoria L Murphy, Allison Littlejohn and Bart Rienties, together with Stuart King from the EI, discuss what comprises effective LFI, barriers that can prevent learning, and tactics companies can use to over...

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  • Australia is poised to overtake Qatar as the world’s leading exporter of LNG. Mark Davis, Natural Gas Product Manager, ION Commodities, ION Allegro, reports.

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  • Australia’s energy landscape is rapidly changing. Tom Bernecker, Geoscience Australia, highlights some of the key initiatives for the road ahead.

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  • Tanker owners are being asked to prepare for a future they cannot yet foresee as the IMO strengthens its environmental protection rules, writes Peter Mackay.

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  • The next phase of lunar exploration aims to open up space resource development. Maria Kielmas reports.   

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  • HE Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, OPEC Secretary General talks about OPEC’s role in helping unlock a carbon-free future, ahead of his keynote presentation at IP Week 2020.* 

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  • A series of recent reports highlight the need for increased collaboration across the shipping industry to develop and share best practice to reduce the sector’s carbon footprint. Sarah Gibbons reports.

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  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning, in concert with Big Data, offer significant opportunities for improved decision making and business optimisation in the oil and gas sector. But it’s the start of the journey, reports Brian Davis.

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