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  • Energean has signed 1.4bn cm/y gas supply agreements with the Ramat Hovav power station in Israel. Combined, the agreements increase total firm contracted gas sales from Energean Israels flagship Karish project to approximately 7bn cm/y on plateau.The company is now looking to secure further contra...

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  • Eni has announced a new gas discovery in the Great Nooros Area in the Mediterranean Sea offshore Egypt.Located in the Abu Madi West development lease, in the conventional waters of the Nile Delta, the Nidoco NW-1 exploratory well indicates further extension of the gas potential to the north of the N...

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  • In UK, a 1.5 MW pilot plant is being built at Cranfield University to develop further the steam-reforming of natural gas to produce hydrogen and carbon dioxide. This will lead to 10 MW, 50 MW and 300 MW versions of the plant. 

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  • The author examines the facts of supply and demand to underscore the vast quantities of power we need and how little of that can come from 'renewable' sources. He shows the US has vast resources if only it dares muster the political will needed to tap them. The U.S. economy is based on fossil fuels ...

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  • This months issue of Petroleum Review looks at the potential role that technology might play in helping the oil and gas sector meet the skills gap and outlines some of the attractions of a career in this sector.We also provide an overview of some of the latest decommissioning developments in the No...

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  • Russia is expected to witness the highest global working gas storage capacity additions, contributing around 21% of global additions by 2024, according to the latest analysis from GlobalData.Russia is likely to increase working gas storage capacity by 585bn cf by 2024, of which nearly 573bn cf ...

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  • The UKs Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has published daily production figures from UK wells that have ceased production, some with production dating back over 40 years.The data gives an insight into daily values for gas, oil and water; as well as the pressures and temperatures at well heads and bottom...

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  • Climate Assembly UK has published its final report on the UKs path to net zero, stating that it must be underpinned by education, choice, fairness and political consensus.Welcoming publication of the report, Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) notes that it is already discussing a transformational North Sea tran...

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