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  • Opec Secretary-General Alvaro Silva is understood to have said that Opec countries would need to invest an estimated $209bn by 2020, and $100bn by 2010, to expand oil capacity. He told a conference in Dubai that Opec countries held four-fifths of known oil reserves but pumped only one-third of globa...

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  • ExxonMobil has increased its estimated recoverable resource base in Guyana to more than 8bn boe and made a further oil discovery north-east of the Liza field (which came onstream in December 2019), the 16th discovery on the Stabroek block.The new recoverable resource estimate includes 15 discoveries...

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  • There is a vast interest in renewable energy but the role various technologies will play in the transition to a low-carbon future are in the main uncertain. This book sets out the facts: how the technologies work, where and to what extent they are currently employed and where the greatest potential ...

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  • The world is still drawing down its oil reserves faster than ever and, even assuming no growth in demand, it is likely that by the end of this decade Opec will have to be in a position to increase its output by over 1mn b/y every year to offset declines in non-Opec output. This is one of the conclus...

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  • Opec was successful last year in maintaining market stability and keeping prices within its preferred range of $22-28/b, according to the recently published 2002 Annual Statistical Bulletin (ASB). The report shows that the Opec Reference Basket price began the year at a low of $18.33 for January and...

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  • Using simple language and useful illustrations this book gives readers an understanding of the major energy issue of our time, an age in which the world has never been more dependent on energy. Relying on scientific methods and empirical data the author's analysis is meticulous, his results are conv...

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  • BP yesterday promised a resurgence in North Sea activity, earmarking almost £664m to be spent on a range of projects in untapped reserves. Spending next year is to be increased further in what the petrochemicals group described as an 'exciting' area as oil prices remain close to a nine-year high. Th...

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