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This guide is designed for individuals who need a high level introduction to managing energy, the informed layperson, and anyone who is in the early stages of an energy management career. Written and peer reviewed by over 60 subject specialists.

  • ConocoPhillips is to sell the subsidiaries that hold its Australia-West assets and operations to Santos for $1.39bn. In addition, the company will also receive a payment of $75mn upon final investment decision (FID) of the Barossa development project.The subsidiaries hold ConocoPhillip’s 7.5% intere...

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  • Chevron has unveiled new goals to reduce net greenhouse gas (GHG) emission intensity from its upstream oil and natural gas operations. Emission intensity is the emission rate of GHG per unit of energy produced. The company intends to lower upstream oil net GHG emission intensity by 5–10% and upstrea...

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  • Changing behaviour is a sometimes forgotten, but highly effective, part of the energy management armory. This article from ESTA’s Jes Rutter describes the enormous potential and delivers a call to action.

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  • The UK is transitioning towards a low carbon energy system. Esin Serin looks at the increasing role of consumers in the next phase of decarbonisation, and the associated policy challenges, through the lens of the Energy Institute’s annual survey of UK energy professionals.

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  • Window films can cut solar gain and thus cooling bills and the carbon footprint of glass-dominated commercial buildings. Yet they are little used. EVORA EDGE’s Andrew Cooper investigates.

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  • Whichever technologies are brought forward to supply low carbon heat to UK homes, the first priority remains to improve the energy performance of the fabric of the buildings. And this is ultimately a public policy and user behaviour issue, as Jennifer Johnson reports.  

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  • What would a self-sustaining, low carbon energy world of tomorrow look like? Here, UK Research and Innovation’s Rob Saunders describes progress being made by several UK projects to begin to integrate innovative, multi-agency local initiatives into something that will deliver cleaner and cheaper ener...

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  • Corrosion is one of the biggest threats that the oil and gas industry has to manage, posing potentially severe safety, environmental, commercial and reputational consequences. Bruce MacKenzie, Technical Manager – Integrity, Oceaneering, highlights how the sector can tackle external corrosion.

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  • With many pipelines being kept in service beyond their original design life, the requirement to monitor and, if possible, repair internal corrosion defects is becoming more significant, writes Stephen Cater, Principal Project Leader – Friction and Forge Processes, TWI Technology Centre.

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  • Wintershall Dea, through its wholly owned subsidiary Wintershall Norge, has agreed to sell its 5.0304% interest in the Nyhamna terminal to CapeOmega and its 13.255 % interest in the Polarled pipeline to Solveig Gas Norway, for undisclosed sums.The transaction on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS)...

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