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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 UK’s Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has published a comprehensive roadmap setting out the critical technologies needed to deliver an integrated net zero energy system on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), highlighting the major economic opportunity this transformation offers.Closing the ga...

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  • U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM) oil and gas production has been shut-in as a response to Tropical Storm Sally, just a few days after output came back online in the region following an outage caused by Hurricane Laura.According to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), as of September 1...

  • The recently published 2020 edition of the BP Energy Outlook explores possible paths for the global energy ‎transition, how global energy markets may evolve over the next 30 years and the key ‎uncertainties that may shape them. Looking out to 2050 – a decade further than in previous ‎editions – the ...

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  • The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the world in significant ways. There will be three dramatic tensions at play in the 2020s – between wealth, security and health – according to the latest analysis from the Shell Scenarios team, which explores the potential impact of the crisis. People will seek all ...

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  • In the next 30 years, the UK power sector needs to build 48 natural gas units, 66 biomass facilities, six nuclear power stations and 6,520 offshore wind turbines, as well undefined unit numbers for 20 GW of onshore wind, 80 GW of solar, and 15–30 GW of energy storage in order to meet the UK’s net ze...

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  • The North West Shelf (NWS) LNG project could have up to 7mn t/y of spare capacity available by 2027, equating to 40% of the project’s nominal capacity, according to Wood Mackenzie.The Woodside-operated five-train NWS facility has been producing LNG since 1989. Next year production capacity becomes a...

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  • Equinor, on behalf of the Snøhvit Unit partners*, has awarded Aibel a front-end engineering and design contract (FEED) for modification of the Hammerfest LNG plant in connection with the Snøhvit Future project. The FEED contract has an estimated value of NKr140mn ($15mn) and will cover two sub-proje...

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  • Global regasification (regas) capacity under construction is expected to hit a 10-year high at 144mn t/y in 2020, says Wood Mackenzie. This includes 33 new terminals under construction, adding 92.8mn t/y, and a further 51mn t/y of capacity which is set to be added at existing terminals.  T...

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  • It is impossible for every country to satisfy demand for energy with domestically produced renewable energy, notes a new report* by Lux Research. To achieve decarbonisation, they will have to find new ways to import zero-carbon energy, with new electricity infrastructure using high voltage AC or DC ...

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  • Brazil’s energy industry has been hard hit by the fall-out from COVID-19, writes Patrick Knight.

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