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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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  • The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the world in significant ways. There will be three dramatic tensions at play in the 2020s between wealth, security and health according to the latest analysis from the Shell Scenarios team, which explores the potential impact of the crisis. People will seek all ...

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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 recently published 2020 edition of the BP Energy Outlook explores possible paths for the global energy transition, how global energy markets may evolve over the next 30 years and the key uncertainties that may shape them. Looking out to 2050 a decade further than in previous editions the ...

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  • Estimated US natural gas well completions decreased 70% in 1Q2016 compared to a year  ago, according to APIs quarterly well completion report. Exploratory oil completions fell 90% compared to 1Q2015 estimates. The total feet drilled decreased 73%, with the largest decrease seen in the footage ...

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  • A cliché of the energy business has been that 'oil markets are global, while gas markets are continental.' In a world where only a handful of pipeline gas crosses from one continent to another and the LNG market is significantly smaller than the pipeline market, there has been good reason to be skep...

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  • It is postulated that at current production rates, the world has 45-years of oil and 60-years of natural gas. Although there may be price fluctuations, high prices are not considered to be sustainable. Whereas politics and productive capacity determine oil prices in the short term, economics and res...

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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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  • The CMA investigated the supply and acquisition of energy in Great Britain.The linked page includes the Final Report, as well as the material used as part of the investigation including Evidence, Analysis, and proposed Remedies. Ofgem responds to CMA report 4 August 2016

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    • Record type: Policy milestone

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