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  • As concerns about climate change have risen up the policy agenda, interest in hydrogen has grown. In particular, the UK is exploring the potential of using hydrogen to decarbonise heating and the EI has published a guide for users. Daniel de Wijze, Energy Analyst, EIKS, reports.

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  • The world has changed – COVID-19 has seen to that. Safeguarding and stabilising operations, liquidity, people, supply chains and markets has been the overwhelming first priority. Now, companies must start thinking strategically about how they will adapt as the pandemic and markets evolve.

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  • The relationship between the energy transition and progress towards a decarbonised energy system is explored by Hugo Lidbetter, Partner, Energy & Natural Resources, Fieldfisher, in the second of a two-part feature.

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  • Climate change has not pressed pause because of today’s global pandemonium and gas stakeholders must sustain momentum of the world’s ‘greenest fossil fuel’. Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • Carbon capture and storage is a key part of climate mitigation, reducing CO2 emissions in hard-to-abate industrial sectors, as well playing a vital role to decarbonise hydrogen production. Significant global CCS initiatives are underway, but the pace should be faster, reports Brian Davis.

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  • The COVID-19 pandemic is putting a chill on North America and Russia, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • Michael Joyce and Euan Strachan, at law firm Akin Gump in Singapore, consider the impact of recent events on the hydrogen economy and provide an update on some of the key developments.

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  • Several clusters of UK carbon capture and storage initiatives are in the pipeline, but there are challenges in terms of multiple sourcing, raising investment and risk appetite. Brian Davis reports.

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  • A price war and an international pandemic have simultaneously created an immense glut and a drop in demand for oil. US unconventional shale plays face parlous times, reports Gordon Cope.

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  • John Elkington, Founder and Chief Pollinator of sustainability think tank Volans, proposes how some of the weirdest ‘ugly ducklings’ of today can turn into tomorrow’s world-saving ‘Green Swans’, particularly when it comes to addressing the energy transition.

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