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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.

  • SPECIAL FEATURES13 RUSSIA- FORECAST - Russian oil and gas - gaining momentum16  CENTRAL ASIA - PIPELINES Getting the oil and gas out of the Caspian region21 CASPIAN - PIPELINES - Perseverance brings CPC pipeline onstream26 FABRICATION - MARKET REVIEW Hanging on in thereFEATURES19 NORTH SEA - E&...

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  • Following the US sahle boom, the big question is 'Where next?' Three special reports examine the prospects for unconventional resources elsewhere and ask 'Boom or gloom?'Faced with volatile oil prices and challeging political environments, similar questions are being asked about more conventional oi...

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  • Enmat International is a consultancy partnership working, together with specialist international associates, in Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), and a range of energy related disciplines. The principal roles undertaken involve LPG storage facilities, in particular mounded LPG storage, and LPG cylinder...

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    Record type: Non-Member Company

  • Short courses available in Renewable Energy, Offshore and Ocean Technology, Oil and Gas, Process Engineering and Gas Turbine Engineering subject areas. Masters courses available in a variety of technical subjects including Energy Systems and Thermal Processes, Renewable Energy Engineering, Carbon Ca...

  • A new automated mapping (AM) and facilities management (FM) system used by Union Gas Ltd. is described. It is used to control an integrated natural gas storage, transmission, and distribution system in southwest Ontario. 13 160 miles of pipelines serve 632 000 customers. Careful training is needed f...

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  • Shell UK Exploration and Production has disclosed a short list of six contractors chosen to develop detailed plans for disposal of the derelict Brent spar oil storage buoy. They comprise Brown & Root Energy Services; Kvaerner Stolt Seaway Alliance; McAlpine Doris J V; Thyssen Stahlunion GmbH, and Ak...

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  • Implementation of a carefully planned local area network (LAN) by Mobil Pipe Line Co. in Texas is described. This boosts productivity and reduces computing costs. Initially the LAN procedure linked 60 personal computers but it soon expanded to about 200 PC users with interconnections to three mainfr...

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  • In Europe, 18 research laboratories are combining to undertake a three-year Hydrogen Storage Research Training Network (HyTrain) in order to resolve the problem of storing hydrogen in cars, since tanks for hydrogen stored as either pressurised gas or liquid refrigerated at 20K occupy excessive space...

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  • This textbook on carbon dioxide capture, the first one ever, has arrived at a pivotal moment. Removing carbon dioxide from gas mixtures in new and cheaper ways is the key to an energy system responsive to the threat of climate change yet respectful of the merits of coal and natural gas. Wilcox’s boo...

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    Record type: Book

  • Gazprom has announced plans that it claims will ‘ensure the future security of gas supply in the UK’ by providing 10% of the market requirement by 2010. The announcement came as the Russian company expanded its activities in the UK under the name Gazprom Marketing & Trading. The newly named company ...

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    Record type: News Item

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