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  • ConocoPhillips has received the Most Innovative Commercial Technology of the Year Award at the 2002 Platts/Business Week Global Energy Awards presented in New York. The award is in recognition of the company’s development and implementation of its innovative S Zorb Sulfur Removal Technology t...

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  • Retailing is one of Britain’s most competitive industries. It’s also one of the biggest consumers of energy, which is why many of its largest members are working together in the Retail Energy Environment Club (REEC) to use power more efficiently, report Robert Davis of EA Technology Li...

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  • Energy Institute (EI) President Joan MacNaughton CB HonFEI, addressing the 98th IP Week Dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, discussed the EI’s role in supporting the energy sector as we face the challenges of increasing demand, riskier operations, environmental pressures, and the nee...

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  • Amec has reported the first application of a patented LNG processing technology for BTU management by NGL extraction, AlphaSimplex®. First installation will be on a Texas-based LNG regas facility. According to Simon Naylor, President of Amec’s oil and gas business in Houston, AMEC Parago...

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  • There is undoubted scope for the large-scale take-up of on-site micropower technologies for buildings - microgeneration - but progress still seems slow. Recent fuel prces increases and the so-called credit crunch have had both positive and negative effects on the prospects for microgeneration in the...

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  • Addressing this year’s IP Week Lunch, the Guest of Honour and speaker Ayman Asfari FEI, Group Chief Executive at Petrofac, spoke to attendees about the skills challenge in the industry – an issue he argues is a bigger constraint to growth than shortage in reserves or the development of...

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  • Consumer Watchdog - The National Electricity Consumers Council (NECC) has called on the industry regulator to take action to promote the development of smart metering. To date, one major supplier has announced that it would pilot modern metering technology on a large scale. The benefits to consumers...

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  • Eight Millennium Development Goals were launched through the United Nations Millennium Declaration in 2000. The second and seventh goals set targets for 2015 of ensuring that all children complete a full course of primary education and of halving the number of people who are unable to reach or to af...

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  • Consumer Power Co. is described as Michigan's largest utility company and the nation's fourth largest gas and electric utility. Some major operational features are discussed. They include re-engineering, downsizing, and technology aspects. The latter are primarily due to the impact of computer techn...

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  • The use of cellular transceivers connected to an automated metering system is described as a cost saving procedure for monitoring and reporting gas consumption by interruptible consumers. Integration of cellular data technology into the existing metering system avoids the need for landline phone sys...

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