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  • The main feature of this issue is CCS, which starts on page 12, with round-up of UK activity from the CCS Association, and includes details of work that  the Energy Institute is doing and CCS as appield to the oil and gas industry.Elsewhere, we take a hard look at various solutions proposed to ...

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  • This issue covers the solar photovoltaics energy in Britain, which benefits from the original and generous government feed-in tariff payments which have since been reduced - see the news story on page 11.Howerever, some of this issue is focussed around carbon capture storage, from Mike Farley's view...

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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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  • How can electric vehicles, renewable electricity and smart power distribution systems contribute to greener city living? The first article in our feature on fuels and energy used in transport addresses this very issue. We also take a look at evolving battery technologies for electric vehicles and pa...

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  • In this month’s issue of Petroleum Review we look at the greater use of debt capital markets as a source of funding for E&P companies, and how 2014 is set to offer independent oil and gas producers new opportunities to access funding to support asset development and M&A activity. ...

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  • This month’s cover photo looks down at the injection point for the carbon dioxide captured by SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant, in Canada. For the full story on the opening of the plant, see the November issue of Energy World. See also our CCS progress st...

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  • As noted in our opening perspective piece on p2 of this month’s issue, ‘change’ has been the only constant for the international oil and gas industry this past year – a trend that looks set to continue in 2017. Indeed, the challenges the sector has faced over the past 12 ...

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  • Security of supply has become a strategic priority, rivalling the problems expected when the market is opened to competition.

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