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  • Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is clearly the key to tackling climate change, but there should also be a focus on methane, a shorter-lived but more potent greenhouse gas. Catherine Cosgrove and Daniel de Wijze of the Energy Institute Knowledge Service report.

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  • The Energy Institute recently updated its guidance for the design and operation of petrol vapour emission controls at distribution terminals to service stations, coinciding with 25 years of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions regulations covering this sector in the UK.

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  • The COP26 UN climate change conference set to take place in Glasgow in November 2020 has been postponed due to COVID-19. The decision was taken by representatives of the COP Bureau of the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), with the UK and its Italian partners.Dates for a...

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  • Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is clearly the key to tackling climate change, but there should also be a focus on methane, a shorter-lived but more potent greenhouse gas. Catherine Cosgrove and Daniel de Wijze of the Energy Institute Knowledge Service report.

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  • Fossil fuel emissions will peak and then decline during the coming decade, according to Michael Liebreich, Chairman and CEO, Liebreich Associates. However, it will be a modest decline, perhaps 5% by 2030, not enough to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. Despite this, he sees reason for optimism.

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  • The global energy system and the energy professionals that keep it running are playing a crucial role in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, maintaining the vital energy supply network on which most of us, including our hospitals and key workers, rely. Our thoughts are with all those impacted ...

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  • The UK’s carbon footprint from consumption fell 21 per cent between 2007 and 2017, according to new government figures released on Thursday. The figures take into account the emissions from imported goods as well as aviation and shipping, unlike the more commonly used territorial emissions, whi...

  • It is now cheaper to generate electricity from new renewables than from new coal-fired power stations in all major energy markets across the world, according to a report from the think tank Carbon Tracker. And, by 2030 at the latest, the data suggests it will be cheaper to build new wind or sol...

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  • For information on methane emissions related to coal, see Energy Insight - Methane Emissions reduction – Part 2 – Coal Why is methane a problem for the climate?Methane (CH4) is the third most abundant greenhouse gas in the atmosphere (after water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO2)). Any metha...

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  • As part of the company’s strategy to develop renewable energy, Total has signed an agreement with Simply Blue Energy to acquire an 80% stake in the Erebus floating wind project located in the Celtic Sea, Wales, UK. The project will have a 96 MW capacity and will be installed in a water dep...

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