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  • BP and Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) are planning to form a new joint venture that will include a fuel retail service station network and aviation fuels business across India.India is expected to be the fastest-growing fuels market in the world over the next 20 years, with the number of passenge...

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  • Wood Mackenzie’s inaugural Energy Transition Outlook, indicates that without bolder action, the world will miss the sustainability goals set out in the Paris Agreement. At the present rate of progress, its analysis indicates the world is on a 3oC – not 2oC – warming trajectory.Prakash Sharma, H...

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  • This standard provides industry with minimum performance requirements and first article qualification test procedures for aviation fuelling hose accessories used worldwide. Its application by hose users, accessory manufacturers/suppliers and refuelling vehicle suppliers should ensure that such items...

  • Digitalisation is under the spotlight this month as we look at how its adoption is having a radical impact on the upstream geospatial community and how it can provide downstream operators with a competitive advantage.Moving to the shipping sector, we take a closer look at the latest developments reg...

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  • What are the options to allow the road transport, rail, aviation and shipping sectors to cut their carbon emissions? Three articles from page 14 explore this question – looking at new fuels, spatial planning and technology for smart charging of electric vehicles. The issue then moves onto local, urb...

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  • This month’s Petroleum Review looks at the changing prospects for North Sea development. At last, after some challenging years there are signs of optimism. The OGA highlights new initiatives to help the UK oil and gas industry succeed, like the small pools project and continuing reduction in operati...

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  • This publication provides recommendations to assist those involved in overwing fuelling of civil aircraft to ensure that the correct fuel grade is always delivered to an aircraft; thereby preventing aircraft misfuelling.For the safe operation of aircraft, it is critical that a system of procedures a...

  • This standard provides performance requirements for protective coating systems that may be used in aviation fuel handling systems (e.g. storage tanks, rail tank cars, road tankers, hydrant pipe, filter vessels and piping).It is intended to assist those involved in the storage of aviation fuel. The p...

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  • Energy security is high on the oil and gas industry agenda, particularly so in the Middle East, where facilities have been consistently targeted by the Islamic State (Isis). This month’s issue looks at the implications for Saudi Arabia. Operators in the region have also felt the impact of cyber terr...

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  • New gas developments are increasingly setting the energy agenda but it’s not all clear sailing. Faced with plummeting oil prices many LNG projects have been delayed or cancelled. But change is on the horizon and our latest LNG market table shows LNG production capacity is slated to increase by ...

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