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  • After more than a year of trade tensions, the US and China signed a ‘phase one’ trade deal on 16 January 2020. As part of the deal, China has agreed to increase the value of energy imports by $52.4bn above 2017 levels over the next two years. What could this mean for the oil market?Ann-Louise Hittle...

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  • European refineries expect the largest impact from new IMO 2020 sulphur emissions regulations, yet just 23% of these refineries are focusing on operational improvements targeting higher availability to make low sulphur fuels, according to a global study of senior employees in the refining industry, ...

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  • The United Arab Emirates’s (UAE) Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Indonesia’s Pertamina and Chandra Asri have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore the potential development of a crude to petrochemicals complex in Balongan, Indonesia.They have also signed a sales agreement ...

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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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  • In Scotland, the University of Edinburgh is investigating the storage of hydrogen within the subsurface in a technically feasible and socially acceptable manner. 

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  • Shell is reportedly set to become the first fuel retailer to offset the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from customers’ fuel purchases at its UK service stations at no extra cost from 17 October 2019. This will be available at more than 1,000 Shell-branded service stations in the UK.According to a re...

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  • Total has signed a cooperation agreement with Sunfire, under which the German cleantech company will provide a megawatt-scale high temperature electrolyser for use in industrial environments as part of the E-CO2MET R&D project being run at Total’s refinery at Leuna, Germany. The company will als...

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  • Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has lots of potential worldwide but also faces significant challenges, explains Roberto Bencini, Chartered Petroleum Geologist, and Greg Coleman, Managing Director, PetroMall consultancy.

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  • Eni has commissioned a new bio-refinery at Gela, Italy, that has a processing capacity of up to 750,000 t/y and will be able to treat used vegetable oil, animal fat, algae and by-products to produce high-quality biofuels.Having already spent €294mn on converting the Gela petrochemical facilities to ...

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