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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.

  • A consortium of pioneering gas transmission projects, under the banner of H21, led by Northern Gas Networks, aims to demonstrate that the UK gas grid can be converted to hydrogen technically, safely and economically. Brian Davis reports.

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  • The availability of hydrogen at fuel retail sites is gathering momentum, but there was a temporary setback in June 2019 when a hydrogen refuelling station in Norway exploded, following an explosive incident in a hydrogen production, storage and refuelling plant in Santa Clara, California, at the sta...

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  • Germany is set to have 635bn cf of newbuild LNG regasification capacity, contributing 31% of Europe’s capacity growth by 2023, according to GlobalData.Wilhelmshaven Floating and Brunsbuttel are the two upcoming announced regasification terminals in Germany during the 2019 to 2023 period. Both are ex...

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  • The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently released the 2019 edition of its World Energy Balances databases, with complete energy balances and indicators for over 160 countries and regions up to 2017 and selected data for 2018. The latest data show that world energy production was 14 035mn ...

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  • Australia is on track to surpass Qatar as the world’s largest LNG exporter, according to Australia’s Department of Industry, Innovation, and Science (DIIS).The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) also reports that Australia already surpasses Qatar in LNG export capacity and exported more LNG ...

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  • The European Commission has approved Croatian government plans to fund the construction and operation of a floating LNG terminal at Krk island, in the northern Adriatic Sea, reports Keith Nuthall. The European Union (EU) executive said a direct €100mn subsidy from the Croatian government complied wi...

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  • Since this Energy Insight was published in 2017, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has, in February 2019, issued guidance for preparing for Brexit for the UK electricity sector; UK gas markets and the UK oil and gas production sectorThe UK is far from self-suffi...

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  • The Chinese oil sector is facing potential increases in prices when exporting waste fuel oils, waste fuel and waste kerosene to the US from 1 September 2019, after US President Donald Trump announced that more tariffs – of 10% – will be imposed on Chinese exports from that date. The additional dutie...

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  • OPEC productionOPEC decreased oil production several times between 1980 and 1986 to maintain a higher oil price. By 1981 OPEC production had been overtaken by non-OPEC countries. In June 1985 OPEC output fell to a 20-year low with a share of 29% of the world total. This was partially driven by incre...

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  • The government of Uzbekistan has announced a series of energy price increases for both residential and business consumers designed to bring the nation’s fuel and energy sector back to profitability and to encourage greater foreign investment. The new tariffs, which cover electricity, natural gas, LP...

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