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  • The push for net zero means the UK has to develop some way of delivering ‘negative emissions’, perhaps capturing carbon emitted from bioenergy schemes. Here, the REA’s Samuel Stevenson discusses the possibilities.

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  • It’s perhaps too easy for readers based in Europe to forget that the energy supply scene in, say Southeast Asia where energy demand is in a strong growth phase, is very different than the transitioning picture they see at home. We asked Wood Mackenzie to illustrate the point. 

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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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  • The historical epicentre of black gold is starting to become a little greener, one renewable project at a time. But sustaining momentum will be the real challenge, reports Michelle Meineke. 

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  • Renewables and fossil fuels are both featured in this issue, including an article on how the home of oil – the Gulf region – is now turning its attention towards renewable energy. In particular, we look at how one large solar project is mixing fossils and renewables to deliver heat for enhanced oil ...

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  • Decarbonising the existing gas network will be a critical component in plans for the UK to meet its net zero targets, with decarbonisation of the heating sector being one of the most challenging issues. So concludes a new report, Pathways to Net Zero prepared by Navigant for the Energy Net...

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  • Two competitions run by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) on behalf of the government, and focused on helping the UK achieve net zero emissions by 2050 as part of the Industrial Decarbonisation challenge, have opened. The challenge will commit £170mn towards deploying technologies such as carbo...

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  • The world’s publicly listed oil and gas giants must slash their combined production by one third by 2040 to keep their emissions in line with global carbon reduction targets, argues a new report from the financial think tank Carbon Tracker. In Balancing the budget: Why deflating the carbon bubb...

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  • The International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned that global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will continue to rise by approximately 1.3% annually until 2040 – even if countries meet their existing environmental targets. Considerably stronger policies and more ambitious targets are needed to prevent c...

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  • Carbon emissions created by the UK economy peaked 35 years later than the conventionally accepted 1972 date, according to new analysis by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Directly produced carbon emissions did peak in 1972 but, once imported emissions – such as those produced when UK i...

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