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  • A new study explores how the public views and engages with fracking – just as exploration for shale gas has resumed in Lancashire. Laurence Williams explains all.

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  • As the UK begins again to explore for shale gas, it could learn a thing or two from extensive experience with fracking gained in the US. Mark Rowe writes.

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  • With member companies accounting for 30% of global oil and gas production, the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) is ‘dedicated to the ambition of the Paris Agreement to progress to net zero emissions in the second half of this century.’ Here, Strategy & Policy Director Julien P...

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  • One of the prime objectives of the Energy Institute’s 2017–2019 strategy is to internationalise its activities across the board, ‘bringing global energy expertise together’. EI Technical Director Martin Maeso reviews progress within the development of good practice agains...

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  • The UK has dropped one position to 8th in the latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), prompted by marked slowdown in clean energy investment ahead of its planned departure from the European Union. EY’s latest annual Index comes amid widespread concerns across the...

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  • Policy on alternative liquid transport fuels is moving away from unsustainable crop-based fuels and could even help reduce plastic pollution, but technology and sustainability questions remain. Catherine Early reports.

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  • It’s not easy to ignore the latest, alarming, report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Particularly the gulf between what the IPCC says the world has to do to avoid the worst effects of climate change and action currently planned by governments...

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  • With hybrid and electric vessels beginning to appear in the global fleet, the shipping sector has started to make some progress towards UN-set targets to halve emissions by 2050. Robert Stokes looks at marine electrification, and the role that alternative fuels may play.

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  • In the marine world, attention is turning to hybrid systems and, more rarely, all-electric of propulsion, with an annual increase of about 30% as these two categories combine, and a current total of some 227 ships. The driving force behind this is the policy of the International Marine Organisation ...

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  • Pivotal to the success of any manufacturing operation is efficiency, says Nick Boughton, who explains the importance of managing energy efficiency in a variety of sectors, including data centres, pump centres and manufacturing plants.

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