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  • Entering 2020, we leave behind a so-called ‘year of rebellion’ to enter a new year of unprecedented uncertainty.

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  • Australia is poised to overtake Qatar as the world’s leading exporter of LNG. Mark Davis, Natural Gas Product Manager, ION Commodities, ION Allegro, reports.

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  • There is uncertainty about New Zealand’s Barque project after the government banned new exploration permits, reports Barbara Barkhausen in Sydney.

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  • Australia’s energy landscape is rapidly changing. Tom Bernecker, Geoscience Australia, highlights some of the key initiatives for the road ahead.

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  • Learning from incidents (LFI) is key for energy companies to become safer. Here, researchers Victoria L Murphy, Allison Littlejohn and Bart Rienties, together with Stuart King from the EI, discuss what comprises effective LFI, barriers that can prevent learning, and tactics companies can use to over...

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  • We begin this month’s issue of Petroleum Review with OPEC Secretary General HE Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo outlining what he sees as OPEC’s role in helping unlock a carbon-free future. We also highlight some of the latest artificial intelligence (AI) innovations that are being used to optimise ups...

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  • The world’s governments plan to produce 120% more fossil fuels by 2030 than can be burned under 1.5°C warming. That is the key finding of The Production Gap report published by leading research organisations* and the UN, which assesses the gap between Paris Agreement goals and countries’ planned pro...

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  • Saudi Aramco cancelled planned roadshows in Asia, the US and Europe in November, after a luke-warm reception from international investors for its long-awaited initial public offering (IPO).Investors valued the state-owned company below the $2tn target set by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Saudi A...

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  • Brazil’s Petrobras is on track to become the world’s largest oil producer among publicly listed companies by 2030, according to Rystad Energy, and is seeking OPEC membership.The country’s biggest-ever oil auctions in November 2019 were generally deemed to be disappointing, receiving muted interest f...

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  • The deepwater oil discovery offshore Ghana by independent Springfield Group marks a milestone as the first deepwater oil discovery to be made by an African oil company. Not only that, estimated to hold as much as 1.2bn barrels of oil, with up to 35% recoverable according to Springfield., it could be...

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