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  • Building new nuclear capacity does not need to be risky or expensive, a new report from the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) has found. The organisation has called for government action to support a rapid reduction in the costs of new nuclear capacity by creating policy frameworks that capture and a...

  • Indian company Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Heavy Engineering Ltd has completed the final segment of the ITER cryostat, bringing to an end an eight-year work programme. Work on the cryostat will now continue at the ITER site in southern France where the sections will be assembled, sited and welded ...

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  • Climate change has once again been placed at the top of the energy industry’s agenda, with the UN Climate Change Summit in Cancun due to close as Petroleum Review went to press. Large-scale financing is needed to enable developing countries to mitigate the impacts of climate change and in this month...

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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review looks at the potential role that technology might play in helping the oil and gas sector meet the skills gap and outlines some of the attractions of a career in this sector.We also provide an overview of some of the latest decommissioning developments in the No...

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  • The emphasis of this issue is on fossil fuels. Two feature articles starting on page 12 discuss a new approach to 'clean coal' to include underground gasification and the use of fuel cells for power generation; and the prospects for the production of shale gas in Europe. We then return to renewables...

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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with the second part of our feature highlighting what leading authorities anticipate will be the post-pandemic picture for the energy transition going forwards. Our Op-Ed piece proposes how some of the weirdest ‘Ugly Ducklings’ of today can turn in to t...

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  • 2018 is set to be a key year for the UK’s nascent fracking industry as initial production sites are expected to establish the commercial viability of the country’s shale gas reserves, as David Appleyard reports.

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  • It used to be simple – gas-fired power generation has significantly lower carbon emissions than coal. But the fossil fuel may now be more a more expensive option than power from renewables. And new gas-fired power stations may become ‘stranded assets’. What will become of natural gas in the post-pan...

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  • It sounds like the stuff of science fiction. At one atom thick, graphene is the first two-dimensional material ever discovered – and it appears to have significant real-world applications in batteries and solar cells. Sarah Gibbons reports.

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