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  • ExxonMobil, with joint venture partners PetroVietnam and PetroVietnam Exploration Production Corporation, is advancing plans for a multi-billion dollar integrated gas-for-power development in central Vietnam. The proposed project will provide cleaner, reliable power and stimulate economic growth and...

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  • McPhy Energy, which specialises in hydrogen production and storage equipment for industry and energy markets, has been selected as a supplier and partner for the power-to-gas Jupiter 1000 project that was officially launched in conjunction with COP21. As part of the project, McPhy will supply GRTg...

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  • Tlou Energy has generated its first power from coal bed methane (CBM) at its Lesdei development in Botswana following the installation of a gas generator at the Selemo pilot project. The Lesdei development has contingent gas resources of some 3.2tn cf. According to Tlous Managing Director Tony Gilb...

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  • Martin Lambert, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), considers how gas production using surplus renewable electricity can help meet decarbonisation targets.

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  • Martin Lambert, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), considers how gas production using surplus renewable electricity can help meet decarbonisation targets.

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  • Power-to-gas technologies including the production of hydrogen from excess electricity generation from renewables  could form an important component of flexible energy systems for the future. Robert Stokes reports.

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  • Our first issue for 2019 begins with an outline of some of the big themes that will shape the international oil and gas sector over the course of the next 12 months. These include the global transition to a low carbon future, which is gathering pace and is forecast by Wood Mackenzie to reach a conve...

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