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  • Last summer saw the creation of three new ‘Supergen Energy Hubs’, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and briefs to build collaboration between universities and industry in three research fields: bioenergy, energy networks and offshore renewables. Here, t...

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  • Our first issue for 2019 begins with an outline of some of the big themes that will shape the international oil and gas sector over the course of the next 12 months. These include the global transition to a low carbon future, which is gathering pace and is forecast by Wood Mackenzie to reach a conve...

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  • Ingenious individuals and teams from across the world of energy were celebrated at the prestigious EI Awards 2018 in November in London. 

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  • This issue includesThe future of measurement - Dr Peter Thompson, Fiona Auty and Dr JT JanssenOverseas development assistance project delivers high tech skills in Africa through radio astronomy - Professor Melvin HoareAn immigration system for the UK’s research and innovation system - Sergio Perez, ...

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  • In this month’s issue we report that surging Chinese demand for LNG coupled with new market entrants and rising oil prices have held the threat of a supply glut at bay and the long-term outlook for gas is positive. We also take a look at the emerging market for floating LNG (FLNG), a concept that is...

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  • Gas comes in two forms these days – ‘natural’ (fossil) gas and a host of ‘unconventionals’ from biogases to shale. Our first feature this month takes a hard look at the status of the UK’s nascent shale gas industry and its prospects; followed by two articles on more conventional infrastructure ...

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  • Focused more widely on innovation and competitiveness, the government’s new Industrial Strategy white paper does address several specific energy-related issues, from battery technology and electric vehicles, to clean growth. Business Secretary Greg Clark launched the Industrial Strategy last Novembe...

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  • Low carbon power generation technologies will continue to see major investment and innovation – but more standaradisation is needed, according to new research, writes Nova Garbetian, Marketing Lead, Low Carbon Power Generation, Lloyd's Register.

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  • Ex-Chief Scientific Advisor to the government during the Blair and Brown years, and more recently the Foreign Secretary’s Special Representative for Climate Change, Sir David King HonFEI knows a thing or two about energy and climate policy. Steve Hodgson was in the audience as he delivered the Melch...

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  • The aim of this project is to investigate the specification of large cables that may be used in large scale Offshore Wind Installations. The first phase of this project is to define a range of appropriate cable dimensions, based upon a collection of reference designs and then predict the continuous ...

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