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Future of gas report

The Future of gas report is the first in a new EI Views series which combines opinions from professionals with analysis and commentary from leading industry experts and organisations. It tackles big issues around whether and how natural gas can satisfy both energy security and decarbonisation objectives.

  • Even with policy measures to tackle climate change enacted by governments around the world, global primary energy demand will increase by around 36% between 2008 and 2035, at a rate of 1.2% per year on average. This is a central finding of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual World Energy ...

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  • Photo story French oil major Total was preparing technical solutions to stop the Elgin North Sea platform gas leak, as this issue of Energy World went to press. A reconnaissance mission to the Elgin complex by a team of Total experts and specialist contractors had confirmed that planning for a well ...

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  • ‘The Copenhagen Accord and the agreement among G20 countries to phase out subsidies are important steps forward. But, these moves still fall a very long way short of what is required to set us on the path to a truly sustainable energy system,’ said Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the Internation...

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  • The European Union (EU) is moving towards supporting environment-friendly road transport, rather than dedicating resources to promoting public transport, a European Parliament debate organised by the Automobile and Society Forum, has heard. The European Commission (EC) is currently reviewing its 200...

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  • Barriers to broader participation in the UK power market need to be further reduced/eliminated if it is to maximise its competitiveness, liquidity and efficiency, according to the FOA’s Power Trading Forum (PTF). A number of specific problem areas have been identified by the Power Trading Committee ...

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  • Wood Mackenzie recently published the key findings of an insight report focusing on the oil and gas majors’ portfolios. According to the report, a significant qualitative shift in investment is underway, with development capital progressively moving from conventional assets to more complex projects ...

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  • The contribution to global carbon emissions from the typically diesel and heavy fuel oil-fuelled shipping – particularly for freight – is rising and one or two companies are exploring a shift towards LNG. Nick Newman explores.

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  • There has been much debate in recent years about the prospects for a hydrogen-based energy economy. Dr Jon Moore of Intelligent Energy is very bullish (see Energy World February 2009), while others are convinced that losses in the energy conversion chain are fatal to hydrogen's prospects. And the em...

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  • Mass burn incineration of waste is a more familiar waste-to-energy technology, but gasification has certain advantages. Poorna Rodrigo takes a look at the take-up of gasification around the world.

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