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  • Global oil refining capacity is set to continue to expand despite the demand and price shock caused by COVID-19, according to BloombergNEF (BNEF). It forecasts global investment in new downstream oil refining and integrated chemicals capacity will average $5bn/y to 2025, leading global crude distill...

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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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  • How important is the decarbonisation of the industrial sector in terms of overall efforts to manage and reduce UK-wide carbon emissions? Andrew Williams notes that synergies among industries sited in clusters are key to achieving significant results.

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  • Kevin E Durham, CEO, Technical Authority – Upstream Petroleum Operations, ATOM Consultancy and Chair, EI Caribbean Branch, provides a snapshot of recent energy developments in the Caribbean region.

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  • For the last four years, the federal government of the United States has repeatedly sought to undermine efforts to move the country’s economy away from fossil fuels. Jennifer Johnson looks at how states and municipalities are nevertheless upping their renewable ambitions.

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  • Hydrogen is firmly back on the energy agenda, with production of the gas using excess electricity generated by offshore wind farms being a central concept. Here, Nick Cottam looks at the attractions and advantages of ‘green’ hydrogen production – which could be used to fuel oil refineries, among oth...

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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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  • UK refining capacity grew rapidly from the 1950s until it peaked in the mid-1970s, with a maximum of 23 refineries in operation. Through the 1980s, as the price of crude oil fell by about half, nearly 40 percent of UK refining capacity was closed. The capacity level then remained approximately stati...

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    • Record type: Energy Insight

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