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  • Fuel supplier and distributor Greenergy has grown its global footprint and is Europe’s largest manufacturer of biodiesel from waste, writes Ian David.

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  • Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is clearly the key to tackling climate change, but there should also be a focus on methane, a shorter-lived but more potent greenhouse gas. Catherine Cosgrove and Daniel de Wijze of the Energy Institute Knowledge Service report.

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  • The Energy Institute recently updated its guidance for the design and operation of petrol vapour emission controls at distribution terminals to service stations, coinciding with 25 years of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions regulations covering this sector in the UK.

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  • The big opportunity for renewables in Africa is in the provision of affordable energy to rural communities, says Audrey Joe-Ezigbo, CEO FalconCorporation and President of the Nigerian Gas Association.

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  • Fossil fuel emissions will peak and then decline during the coming decade, according to Michael Liebreich, Chairman and CEO, Liebreich Associates. However, it will be a modest decline, perhaps 5% by 2030, not enough to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. Despite this, he sees reason for optimism.

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  • ‘It’s the lull before the electric storm,’ suggests Brian Madderson, Chairman of the Petroleum Retailers Association. After a relatively good year, the UK fuel retail market faces a number of challenges. Brian Davis reports.

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  • Most oil producing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa rely heavily on oil export revenues. For them, the energy transition presents a dilemma. Governments and national oil companies (NOCs) want to increase oil and gas production – and revenue – but investors are increasingly moving to renewables and lo...

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  • The fuel retail market faces a variety of challenging scenarios according to Boston Consulting Group (BCG) analysts Chris Biggs, Giuseppe Bonaccorsi, Stuart Groves and Mirko Rubeis. However, there are also significant business opportunities in the years ahead, which some will exploit better than oth...

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  • The Energy Institute’s Knowledge Service (EIKS) team has gathered a wealth of UK forecourt data and other information relevant to the fuel retailing sector, all of which is available online.

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  • Hydrogen-fuelled cars have some genuine advantages over their battery-electric counterparts. This is why it’s so important to get refuelling technologies right, writes Dale Anderson, a Clean Fuels Engineer at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory.

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