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  • Petroleum Review readers will have awoken on the morning of 24 June to the shock news that the UK would be leaving the European Union, after a 51.9% slim majority voted in favour of Brexit. The referendum result led to the pound falling to a 30-year low against the US dollar and leaves much uncertai...

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  • Government commitment to the building of several new nuclear power stations would remove the incentive to develop small-scale, low-carbon generation technologies and the decentralised electricity grid able to accommodate them. So argues Warwick Business School’s Bridget Woodman.

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  • Global energy engineering consultants active in renewable energy, thermal power generation, electricity and gas transmission and distribution.   Services range from energy policy, regulatory, environment and economics through to feasibility studies, basic and detailed design and project enginee...

  • The role of gas in the UK's energy future, both short- and longer-term, is much discussed, not least at a recent Energy Institute conference held in London. Louise Smith reports.

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  • Facts and figures on the UK power mix, environmental programmes and offshore transmission. Updated monthly.

  • Preparations are underway for the proposed corporatisation of state-run Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) as part of efforts to reform the electricity industry and increase power supplies to keep pace with Bangladesh’s expanding economy. The government-backed programme matches a similar init...

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  • Amidst the high hopes surrounding the Middle East’s drive towards renewable energy, and solar power particularly, the reality is that the pace of deploying commercial procurements has been sluggish to date. Marc Norman writes from Dubai. 

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  • Gas imports are fundamental to the EU's economy and society, providing for a quarter of gross inland consumption. But the frequency of gas supply shocks is becoming more regular. Giles Broom considers how the EU is responding to Europe's gas dependency problems.

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  • As the current demand for electricity in much of Africa far outstrips supply, a large market for diesel generators (gensets) exists. Continuing economic and population growth will increase demand for this form of power generation, writes Nic Newman.

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