Info!
The EI library in London is temporarily closed (re-opening on 1st June at the earliest), as a precautionary measure in light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The Knowledge Service will still be answering email queries via info@energyinst.org, and is available for live chats on this page during working hours (09:15-17:00 GMT). Our e-library is always open for members here: https://knowledge.energyinst.org/services/elibrary, for full-text access to over 200 e-books and millions of articles. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Refine by:

Date

Subjects

Availability

Content type

Clear Filters

Search Results

Results:1 - 10 of 2520 for aviation

Sort by:
  • OGUK and Step Change in Safety, the UK oil and gas industry’s recognised safety organisation, have co-produced a series of films to address the concerns of thousands of workers travelling offshore during the coronavirus pandemic.There are currently two films available to view with the first co-prese...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • It is still unclear how the decarbonisation of the UK heat sector is to be achieved, but there will be no room for fossil fuels. Here, Colin Sutherland argues that a new generation of clean liquid fuels could at least replace the oil currently burned in many rural homes and some businesses, and mayb...

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • The fuel retail market is evolving rapidly to meet the needs of the energy transition, changing consumer behaviours, big emerging markets and digitalisation. Here we look at these dramatic changes from an international perspective with BP. Brian Davis reports.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • The energy industry has long recognised the potential for hydrogen to displace polluting fossil fuels in multiple sectors – from road transport to domestic heating. But, until recently, opportunities had only been highlighted in theory, rather than trialled in practice. Unconventional gases are...

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Issue

  • The global energy system and the energy professionals that keep it running are playing a crucial role in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, maintaining the vital energy supply network on which most of us, including our hospitals and key workers, rely. Our thoughts are with all those impacted ...

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Issue

  • The UK’s carbon footprint from consumption fell 21 per cent between 2007 and 2017, according to new government figures released on Thursday. The figures take into account the emissions from imported goods as well as aviation and shipping, unlike the more commonly used territorial emissions, whi...

  • In its latest report calculating the effect of the coronavirus on the global fuel markets in light of increasingly stringent travel restrictions and quarantine obligations around the world, Rystad Energy now forecasts that global oil demand will see a decrease of 0.6%, or 600,000 b/d, year-on-year. ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: News Item

  • In UK, Rolls-Royce predicts that an element of electric propulsion within commercial flights will appear by 2029, but that sustainable aviation fuels will still be required since 2/3 of all jet fuel is used on sectors longer than 1000 nm, not achievable by electric propulsion alone. It is estimated ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Abstract

  • Political rows must not distract the Middle East from its race to guarantee energy security in the 2020s. Michelle Meineke reports.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • In UK, the Sustainable Aviation (SA) coalition has pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 through more efficient aircraft and engines, together with sustainable fuels and carbon offsets, with the possibility of UK becoming a world leader in such fuels. 

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Abstract

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next