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  • Significant finance is still needed to guarantee energy access for the worlds most vulnerable people, according to a new report from development organisation Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll). 

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  • Speaking at the IP Week Lunch, Sarthak Behuria HonFEI, Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation, addressed the issues and challenges ahead for India - a growing economy with a growing energy demand.

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  • CONTENTS206  STORAGE - Confidence abounds in Singapore210  REFINING - Technologies for this environmentally conscious era214  JAPAN - The place of LNG in electricity generation219  STORAGE - Views on current trends from GATX and BTP Storage227  Consequences of stricter US en...

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  • To coincide with deregulation of the Indian state-run petroleum retailing sector, design company Minale Tattersfield was commissioned by Reliance Petroleum, in 2001, to design and brand a new network of petrol stations. Petroleum Review reports.

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  • The Asian Development Bank has approved loans to help stimulate the energy sector across the Asia-Pacific region.

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  • CONTENTS495  IP/NPF TO CO-OPERATE [NPF - Norwegian Petroleum Society]497  EXPLORATION - Exploration hotspots worldwide500  GAS - Upstream opportunities arising from the new gas markets504  CORROSION CONTROL ON HARDING506  WEST OF SHETLAND - More than a hint of good news509&n...

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  • India is taking unconventional steps to rescue its natural gas sector, reports Raghavendra Verma in New Delhi.

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