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  • From a climate and emissions perspective, the most important aspect of the energy transition is the imperative to electrify energy consumption and decarbonise electricity generation by increasingly using distributed energy systems, explains Hugo Lidbetter, Partner, Energy & Natural Resources at ...

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  • In this, a second view on the interaction between electric vehicles, their charging stations and the electricity grid, ChargePoint’s Tanya Sinclair looks at work needed to optimise a system in which some static electricity loads are falling.

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  • Distributed energy systems offer a broad range of innovative and flexible solutions for the energy transition. Richard Forrest, Partner at A T Kearney and Romain Debarre, Managing Director of the Energy Transition Institute, look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of such systems.  

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  • Nic Newman takes a look at recent innovative developments in Russia’s oil and gas sector.

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  • Osmotic power is a frustrating concept – easy to describe in theory but not so easy to capture in practice. Are key enabling technologies inching any closer to commercial development? Mark Rowe reports from Bristol and Ed Zwirn from New York.

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  • Paradoxically, the best time to ponder how we move around may be when we’re all standing still. Transport – this issue’s first theme – was at a crossroads prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. While electric vehicles (EVs) appear to have provided a solution for decarbonising road transport, t...

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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with a look at why the world should pay attention to climate change and the broader sustainability agenda despite the scope and magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic. It also highlights what leading authorities anticipate will be the post pandemic picture f...

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  • "Governments need to take urgent action to ensure that the recovery from the economic effects of the coronavirus brings long-lasting good," World Nuclear Association Director General Agneta Rising said today. Her message concurs with sentiment expressed at the 11th Petersberg Climate Dialogue this w...

  • Making a commitment to build six new EPRs in France would be an "effective stimulus" for the country's economy as it recovers in the years ahead from the shock of COVID-19, the French nuclear energy society (SFEN) wrote in a position paper published this week. Nuclear energy "ticks all three boxes" ...

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for personal protective equipment (PPE), part of which must be sterile, i.e. exempt from any microorganism such as bacteria or moulds that can compromise the wearer’s or the patient's safety. It was realised that whilst irradiation is routine...

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