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  • A series of recent reports highlight the need for increased collaboration across the shipping industry to develop and share best practice to reduce the sector’s carbon footprint. Sarah Gibbons reports.

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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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  • Eni has just published the second volume of its World Oil, Gas and Renewables Review, which provides data on natural gas, renewable energy sources (solar and wind) and biofuels. The first volume was published in July 2019 and focused on the oil market and refining sector.According to the latest...

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  • Oil and gas companies are increasingly looking to operate outside their traditional comfort zone, or risk falling by the wayside as the world transitions to a low carbon future, writes Nnamdi Anyadike.

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  • Cooling, plus heat – thermal energy – is the first theme of this issue, in which Toby Peters raises several questions about the feasibility and environmental costs of providing cooling for all (see page 18). We also include two articles on district heating: one describing innovative UK schemes that ...

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  • Petroleum Review places the spotlight on decarbonising transport this month. We look at how the biofuels market is gaining confidence under the Renewable Energy Directive II, which calls for all EU Member States to require fuel suppliers to supply a minimum of 14% of the energy consumed in road and ...

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  • Energy companies Drax Group, Equinor and National Grid Ventures have launched a new campaign, Zero Carbon Humber, to show how carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology could make the Humber a net zero carbon economy and provide a foundation for the rollout of hydrogen as a fuel across the ...

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  • Total has signed a cooperation agreement with Sunfire, under which the German cleantech company will provide a megawatt-scale high temperature electrolyser for use in industrial environments as part of the E-CO2MET R&D project being run at Total’s refinery at Leuna, Germany. The company will als...

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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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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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