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  • Russia has a number of gas projects planned, under development and due onstream over the next few years. A new tax regime has led to improved economics, and foreign investors are on the lookout for opportunities in the country’s remote regions. Joanna Bogdal, Research Associate, Russia Upstream Oil ...

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  • The Energy Institute held a joint industry/regulator workshop on groundwater protection risks for petrol filling stations last year, which identified a number of themes that will help improve the environmental management of such sites.

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  • Refiners still have some way to go to reach the goal of the full digital or ‘Intelligent Refinery’, according to research by Accenture, explain Tracey Countryman and Andy Coward.

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  • Oil and gas production in the North Sea may have passed its peak, but the region is providing a testing ground for a new blockchain post-trade platform that aims to significantly improve back-office efficiencies, reports Nick Cottam.

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  • Russia is pushing for LNG investment as it seeks to supply Japan’s gas market, report Mark Lowe and Robert Gilhooly, in Tokyo.

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  • Russia has a number of gas projects planned, under development and due onstream over the next few years. A new tax regime has led to improved economics, and foreign investors are on the lookout for opportunities in the country’s remote regions. Joanna Bogdal, Research Associate, Russia Upstream Oil ...

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  • Upstream oil and gas executives agree that the need to digitise their businesses is now urgent. With up to $1tn in estimated savings in capital and operating expenditures up for grabs over the next seven years, companies that get a head start over their competition will have a distinct advantage, wr...

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  • Faced with sweeping challenges, the UKPIA Director General opens this month’s issue by emphasising the positive contribution the downstream sector can make to the transition to a low carbon economy. The key is development of the ‘smart’ or ‘intelligent’ refi­nery according to Accenture and process t...

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  • One of the world’s most closely watched exploration wells has come up dry. In a major setback for Pakistan’s oil ambitions, the much-awaited Kekra-01 well in the Arabian Sea turned out to be a duster.‘The dry well comes as a major blow not only for the country, but also for the companies involved. T...

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  • Somalia’s Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources reports that the Petroleum Law of Somalia has completed its passage through the Parliament of the Federal Republic of Somalia. The Law ensures that any oil discovered is the sole property of the Somali people and aims to ensure the long-term deve...

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