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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.

  • The impact of the Operator Qualification (OQ) rule on operators of oil, gas and liquid pipelines is discussed. Identification of covered tasks is a cornerstone of the qualification requirements and a four-part test programme is described. The proposed rule does not apply to contractors but there is ...

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    • Record type: Abstract

  • Tanker owners are being asked to prepare for a future they cannot yet foresee as the IMO strengthens its environmental protection rules, writes Peter Mackay.

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    • Record type: Article

  • The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has introduced mandatory measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from international shipping. The global agreement by 55 of the world's biggest sea faring nations will force all ships ...

  • The draft Brexit agreement that has caused political controversy in the UK, but which the European Union (EU) insists is its final offer, would – if approved – see many EU environmental regulations stay in force within Britain, for the foreseeable future, writes Keith Nuthall.The complex 585-page ag...

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    • Record type: News Item

  • This month’s Petroleum Review looks at the challenges for oil and gas in the Caspian and Central Asia. Apparently, there is a ‘wind of change’ which could attract foreign investors. Work also continues apace on major projects like the Southern Gas Corridor which will initially carry gas from Azerbai...

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  • Mineral oils and vegetable oils can ignite even below the ignition temperature determined in accordance with the standard DIN 51794. Various experiments have been undertaken to develop safer methods and a modified test method for the determination of the lowest ignition temperature of a mixture belo...

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    • Record type: Abstract

  • These are challenging times. This issue we look at moves towards increased decarbonisation of transport fuels as the European Energy Union shapes the 2030 Climate and Energy package. We also examine how lifting of economic sanctions against Iran is coupled with a new model petroleum contract. Our re...

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  • This month’s Petroleum Review leads with a review of oil and gas developments in Latin America and the Caribbean, where infrastructure development and regional integration will be key to sustainable economic growth in the future. The feature includes in-depth analysis o...

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  • Contents include:The human factor in safe plant operation.  Keith Wilson, Principal Specialist Inspector, Technology Division, Health & Safety ExecutiveThe Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.  Charles Horsefield, Inspector of Factories, Safety & General Policy Division, Health an...

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