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  • The BRICS countries of Brazil, India and South Africa are tackling greenhouse gas emissions reduction and moving towards better sustainability with varying degrees of success and commitment to the Paris Agreement, reports Nic Newman.

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  • Peter Godfrey FEI, Energy Institute Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, takes a closer look at energy and the circular economy.

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  • It could be decades before Mozambicans see the benefits of new domestic LNG projects, writes Maria Kielmas.

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  • Over the past year the Energy Institute’s Test Method Standardisation (TMS) Committee and its technical panels have published several new test methods and made significant changes to a number of existing test methods, reports Rattanjit Gill, EI TMS Technical Manager.

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  • Africa appears to be making a comeback in terms of oil and gas exploration, reports Siva Prasad, Senior Analyst, Rystad Energy.

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  • Africa’s oil and gas sector faces challenges that could be remedied through the adoption of a pan-African approach by local players and key decision makers, writes Omar Kassou, COO, Philia Group.

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  • In the second in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks across the UK, Callum Duffy, Chair of the South West and South Wales YPN, looks at some of the technical requirements for installing offshore wind in India.

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  • The UK forecourt picture is undergoing significant change in terms of the fuel and convenience offering; let alone plans to boost the uptake of electric and alternatively fuelled vehicles, while banning new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2040, reports Brian Davis.

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  • Petroleum Review first published the Energy Institute’s annual Retail Marketing Survey (RMS) supplement in April 1971, and has been providing UK fuel retailing statistics and complementary editorial features ever since. To read more about this changing landscape, please download the article below.Th...

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