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  • If an unexpected 9.6% rise in indigenous energy production was the UK energy statistics headline a year ago, the main story for 2016 is the 7% fall in carbon emissions that followed large reductions in coal production, imports and use during last year. Gas was used to fill most of the power generati...

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  • Advances in technology will keep energy supplies plentiful and affordable – enough to meet projected demand many times over – and help pave the way to a lower carbon energy mix, according to data published in the BP Technology Outlook.   ‘Technology opens up a whole range of possibilities acro...

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  • The last year has seen a complete turnaround in the fortunes of the LNG industry. Oil prices have effectively halved over the last 12 months and the continuing dominance of crude related gas pricing means the LNG industry has been hard hit. In consequence, many LNG projects have been delayed or canc...

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  • The Canadian oil patch has many opportunities to explore - and challenges to overcome, reports Gordon Cope

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  • The deadline for the new sulphur cap on marine fuels is moving closer, writes Julian Macqueen. 

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  • Opening of the newly expanded Panama Canal will herald a shake-up of the global LNG market, writes Nnamdi Anyadike. 

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  • As the situation in Ukraine continues to deteriorate, the possibility of further sanctions against Russia and Russian interests continues to dominate the agenda. As a result, those businesses which are engaged in the energy sector and have commercial connections with Russia need to keep a careful ey...

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  • Douglas Westwood energy consultants explains why the shale boom has not driven an equivalent pipeline boom just yet.

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  • Petronas has awarded a contract to Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to build four 150,200 cm Moss-type LNG carriers to help meet the expanding needs and requirements the company’s global LNG business. The contract also includes options to order four additional LNG carriers of the same class. The spher...

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  • Fujairah, one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is looking to double third - party oil storage capacity to 10mn cn by the end of 2015, writes David Hayes.

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