Info!
The EI library in London is temporarily closed, as a precautionary measure in light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The Knowledge Service will still be answering email queries via info@energyinst.org, and is available for live chats on this page during working hours (09:15-17:00 GMT). Our e-library is always open for members here: https://knowledge.energyinst.org/services/elibrary, for full-text access to over 200 e-books and millions of articles. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Refine by:

Date

Subjects

Availability

Content type

Clear Filters

Search Results

Results:1 - 10 of 80 for

Sort by:
    • Availability: In the library
    • Record type: Book

  • The emphasis of this issue is on fossil fuels. Two feature articles starting on page 12 discuss a new approach to 'clean coal' to include underground gasification and the use of fuel cells for power generation; and the prospects for the production of shale gas in Europe. We then return to renewables...

    • Availability: Online|In the library
    • Record type: Issue

  • Coal is the most carbon intensive fossil fuel, producing twice the level of carbon emissions as natural gas when used for power generation. It is clear that one of the biggest contributions we can make to reducing power sector emissions is to replace unabated coal power stations with lower-carbon fo...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • This years BP Statistical Review of World Energy highlights the global energy trends emerging prior to the current COVID-19 pandemic. While some aspects such as the continuing strong growth in renewables offer encouragement that the world is moving onto a more sustainable path, others in...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • North Korea fired a missile over Japan in late August, signalling the first step of military operations in the Pacific and with plans for more launches. Any further tension or launches could potentially impact its neighbours who are the worlds largest energy importers China, Japan and South Kor...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • Outlines the prospects of the British coal industry in 1991, and the advice that it be split from the Department of Energy and become independent from government control.  Also describes the state of the power industries including nuclear.

    • Availability: In the library
    • Record type: Book

  • Global coal use fell by the largest margin on record in 2015 according to data from the latest BP Statistical Review of World Energy.The 1.8% drop representing 71mn tonnes of oil equivalent is the largest percentage and volumetric fall in BPs dataset and compares to a previous ten-year annual a...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • The latest forecast from the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that global coal demand growth will stall over the next five years and the share of coal in the power generation mix will drop to 36% by 2021, down from 41% in 2014.  In its latest Medium-Term Coal Market Report, the I...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • Bangladesh is expected to double its fossil fuel imports to 32mn toe between 2020 and 2030, according to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie. While growing working age population, urbanisation and rising income levels continue to spur domestic demand, it is electrification needs in the power, export-dr...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • The 2017 edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, published on 13 June, shows global energy markets are continuing to undergo long-term changes as they transition to a low-carbon future and adapt to nearer-term price challengesThe report clearly demonstrates the shift to slower growth i...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next