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  • Extensive experience gained over 30+ years in downstream supply chain logistics.  Advice on security of fuel supplies.  Supply acquisition strategies. We provide logical and achievable solutions. Benchmarking of supply and logistics costs a speciality.  Product demand forecasting. Opt...

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  • An Oxford based consultancy specialising in the economics, regulation and design of gas supply networks and providing services in the areas of asset performance, project evaluation and strategy, project management and industry training.

  • It is essential for companies working in the sphere of energy, biofuel, biocoal and pellet production and supply to have exact data on the quality, quantity, energy content and origin of biomass.<p>The MHG solution based on leading edge technology monitors the quality and core characteristics ...

  • Bryson Energy delivers high quality energy services across Northern Ireland. Its aim is to 'energy proof' homes, and meet Government targets on energy efficiency, fuel poverty, CO2 reduction, renewable heat and renewable electricity:* Manage a free and independent advice line in NI - 0800 1422 ...

  • Oxera is an independent economics consultancy—one of the longest established in Europe—with an international reputation for integrity, intellectual rigour and work of the highest quality.

  • KEEI was established as a government-affiliated research institute in 1986, and its main research are as follows:The world presently and simultaneously faces both a resource and environmental crisis. International energy supply and demand continues to increasingly become unbalanced as populations gr...

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  • Andrei Illarionov, the Russian Presidential Economics Advisor, has announced that the ongoing crude export restrictions are costing Russia $300mn per quarter, reports UFG. The analyst comments that while Illarionov did not make clear whether he was referring to corporate or fiscal revenues or to the...

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