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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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  • 2 Viewpoint News3 International News 4 Home News 5 Institute News Features6 Energy efficiency - a worldwide concern - Richard Shock8 Regenerating the inner cities: the energy dimension - Andrew Warren13 Fossil fuels 1850-2000 - Ian Fells16 Creating Higher Profits - Johanna Fender...

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  • BP has announced that it is to reduce its capital spending plans by 25% – with a new forecast of $12bn – as part of cost reductions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the low oil price. However, it stressed that no BP employees would be laid off during the next three months as a result of the ...

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  • The combination of the global economic impact of the continued spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the most dramatic fall in oil price in almost 30 years and a halving of gas prices is driving an increasingly fragile outlook for the UK’s offshore oil and gas sector, warns the OGUK. Severe pressure...

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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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  • The UK government has agreed new emergency measures with the energy industry to protect the domestic energy supply of those most in need during the disruption caused by Covid-19.From 19 March 2020, customers with pre-payment meters who may not be able to add credit can speak to their supplier a...

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  • Wintershall Dea has entered into an agreement with RDG to sell its operated participating interests in a number of oil concessions mainly located in southern Germany, in a drive to focus domestic production on core assets.The concessions include Aitingen (in which Wintershall Dea holds a 33.33% stak...

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