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  • 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...

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  • Britain is now importing more gas than it produces from declining North Sea gasfields. Gas is being piped over from Norway and Belgium, while ships carrying liquefied gas arrive from Africa and the Middle East. There is currently a gas glut in Europe due to the availability of liquefied natural gas ...

  • A new dialogue is set to develop between the Energy Charter, a 51-member inter-governmental process for energy cooperation between European and Asian states, and Opec. During a meeting on 29 November 2002 Dr Alvaro Silva-Calderon, Secretary General of Opec, and Dr Ria Kemper, Secretary General of th...

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  • HOTA is one of the UK's leading Training Providers for Offshore, SBV, Maritime and onshore organisations.  HOTA provides over 100 nationally approved training courses across several industry sectors both offshore and onshore in survival, firefighting, health & safety, First Aid, electrical,...

  • The energy industry might slow down its North Sea investment in reaction to plunging oil prices and soaring costs, BG warned yesterday as it reported a 140% increase in quarterly operating earnings. Frank Chapman, the chief executive of the exploration and production company, said it did not make se...

  • UK safety officials have begun a crackdown on elderly North Sea oil and gas rigs which highlights the seriousness with which regulators are treating the industry since the Deepwater Horizon spill. In the UK, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will start a new round of inspections, warning the ind...

  • Immediately following the commencement of hostilities in Iraq, HE Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, Minister of Energy & Industry of the State of Qatar and President of the Opec Conference said that: 'Member Countries have pledged to use, in the interim, their available excess capacities to ensure cont...

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