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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 production of hydrogen fuel produced by electrolysis – a process that uses electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, and which can be carbon-free and ‘green’ provided the electricity used in the process is produced by renewables – is rapidly developing from pilot to commercial-scale o...

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  • Even during the current COVID-19 crisis of lower economic activity, natural gas imports from Mexico have remained at levels of around 5,300mn cf/d during 1Q2020, according to GlobalData. The US is the primary exporter of natural gas to Mexico, with volumes reaching an all-time high of 6.2bn cf/d in ...

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  • A new study by scientists from Scotland and Malaysia has provided insights into the role of natural mechanisms within rocks deep below ground for securely storing anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2).The team from the University of Edinburgh and Universiti Teknologi Petronas carried out a comprehensiv...

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  • BP has signed a gas supply agreement with ENN Group (ENN) to jointly support the growing energy needs of China’s southern Guangdong region.Under the terms of the agreement, BP will provide ENN with 300,000 t/y of pipeline gas re-gasified from LNG for two years from 1 January 2021 in Guangdong. ...

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  • The European Commission (EC) has published an EU hydrogen strategy that aims to raise up to €180bn in total investments to boost the technology and infrastructure needed to produce, store and transport renewable hydrogen. It is understood that a significant level of funds will come from the EU’...

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  • The UK government has announced a number of measures to spur the UK’s recovery from COVID-19 and meet the nation’s target of reaching net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, under a ‘Plan for Jobs’ policy paper published on 8 July 2020.Measures include the introduction of a £2b Green Homes ...

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  • Norway’s Equinor is leading a project to develop what is claimed to be one of the UK’s – and the world’s – first at-scale facilities to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS). The project, called Hydrogen to Humber Saltend (H2H Saltend), provides the b...

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  • It used to be simple – gas-fired power generation has significantly lower carbon emissions than coal. But the fossil fuel may now be more a more expensive option than power from renewables. And new gas-fired power stations may become ‘stranded assets’. What will become of natural gas in the post-pan...

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  • As concerns about climate change have risen up the policy agenda, interest in hydrogen has grown. In particular, the UK is exploring the potential of using hydrogen to decarbonise heating and the EI has published a guide for users. Daniel de Wijze, Energy Analyst, EIKS, reports.

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  • As concerns about climate change have risen up the policy agenda, interest in hydrogen has grown. In particular, the UK is exploring the potential of using hydrogen to decarbonise heating and the EI has published a guide for users. Daniel de Wijze reports.

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