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  • The UK government has set out how it will go further and faster to tackle climate change, in response to recommendations from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC). This comes four months after the UK became the first major economy to legislate for net zero emissions by 2050.The government’s of...

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  • This month’s issue begins with a look at how Russia is having to reassess its gas marketing strategy in order to retain its position as Europe’s top gas supplier. Meanwhile, as highlighted by speakers at Offshore Europe 2019, there are good prospects for the decommissioning sector, particularly on t...

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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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  • The latest Energy Transition Outlook by DNV-GL forecasts that current measures will not be fast enough to meet the Paris Agreement goal and could reach 2.5oC by the end of the century. However, at the report launch, Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO of DNV-GL maintained: ‘The technology is avail...

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  • The closure of Trinidad & Tobago’s only oil refinery has shaken up the twin island state’s oil industry, report Juhel Browne, in Port of Spain; Julian Ryall and Keith Nuthall.

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  • Minimising operation and maintenance costs is essential for the performance of marine energy schemes. This article, from the government’s Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, describes how the research emphasis has shifted to robotics and artificial intelligence as ways to cut operational costs and i...

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  • This month’s magazine looks at what climate change means for oil and gas company investors and outlines some of the practical options they need to respond to. Sticking with the energy transition theme, we highlight various hydrogen initiatives, which are receiving strong support from governments and...

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  • Is there a more dynamic new industry in the UK than offshore wind? This and marine energy are covered in the first theme of this issue, starting with a viewpoint article that looks to a future in which hydrogen production may be added to offshore wind generation.From page 14, the feature continues w...

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  • In US - UK, ZeroAvia is developing a Piper Malibu Mirage modified with the piston engine replaced by a pair of 130 kW electric motors powered first by batteries, and then fuel-cells supplied with pressurised hydrogen gas. A fuel cell pack generating 150 kW weighs 50 kg, whereas a comparable battery ...

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  • In US, the Air Force Laboratory and Air Force Test Center report that the 18 ft long scramjet has achieved thrust levels in excess of 13 000 lbf during 30 minutes of testing. This follows an upgrade of the heated air supply incorporating a 12 MW power supply to cater for endothermic fuels. 

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