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  • Dutch lawmakers know they need to move faster when it comes to the decarbonisation of heat and transport – and they’re getting serious about hydrogen. Robert Stokes explores some of the country’s most innovative projects.

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  • The government has announced new support from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s £500mn innovation fund to help develop a series of industrial and domestic energy initiatives. First, it has allocated £70mn of funding for a series of industrial projects, including two ...

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  • We begin this month’s issue of Petroleum Review with OPEC Secretary General HE Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo outlining what he sees as OPEC’s role in helping unlock a carbon-free future. We also highlight some of the latest artificial intelligence (AI) innovations that are being used to optimise ups...

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  • This issue includes2019 British Council science and policy making symposium Decarbonising heat with geothermal energy: enough heat for a century? Dr Charlotte Adams In search of the local void, the immense cosmic void at the border of the Milky Way, our galaxy.  Daniel Pomarede T...

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  • Traditional energy systems are already being augmented by an array of new players, methods and technology. Here, Cranfield University’s Dr Nazmiye Özkan discusses the challenges ahead for incumbent players as new entrants make an impact.

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  • This month’s issue begins with a look at how Russia is having to reassess its gas marketing strategy in order to retain its position as Europe’s top gas supplier. Meanwhile, as highlighted by speakers at Offshore Europe 2019, there are good prospects for the decommissioning sector, particularly on t...

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  • Minimising operation and maintenance costs is essential for the performance of marine energy schemes. This article, from the government’s Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, describes how the research emphasis has shifted to robotics and artificial intelligence as ways to cut operational costs and i...

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  • A Shetland project is building investor confidence towards a commercial, bankable tidal energy sector. This article, from project leader Nova Innovation, explains how.

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  • Not all marine energy project development has taken place in UK waters. Here, Andrew Williams reports on projects around the world that aim to move wave and tidal generators into commercial deployment.

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  • Digital technologies will play a vital role in the energy transition, faced with the energy trilemma of balancing security, affordability and sustainability. Ian David reports.

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