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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.

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Shale gas collection

The Shale gas Collection addresses the scientific and technological aspects of shale gas and its development. It provides a factual, balanced explanation of the major issues to be considered in the debate about the role of shale gas in meeting future UK energy needs.

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A guide to shale gas

The perfect guide for non-specialists looking to understand this topical and sometimes controversial subject. Written and peer reviewed by over 75 subject specialists.

  • Welcome to the latest update from the Energy Institute (EI) Knowledge Service, your hub for energy information.Going Digital – Explore 28 years of energy history in our magazine back issuesThe evolving energy world has been reported over many years in the EI’s magazines, Petroleum Revi...

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  • Oil prices rose by 5% on Friday 7 December 2018 after OPEC finalised an agreement to cut oil production by 1.2mn b/d, with non-OPEC allied nations, including Russia, taking a 400,000 b/d share. It was also agreed at the Vienna meeting that Iran would remain exempt from the oil quota cuts, due to cur...

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  • A new study explores how the public views and engages with fracking – just as exploration for shale gas has resumed in Lancashire. Laurence Williams explains all.

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  • As the UK begins again to explore for shale gas, it could learn a thing or two from extensive experience with fracking gained in the US. Mark Rowe writes.

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  • World production of petroleumThe world production of oil grew at a low compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.06% in the last 10 years. In 2017, the global production increased only by 0.1% over the previous year. Although OPEC and Russia decided in June 2018 to relax output curbs introduced in Nov...

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  • The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) authoritative World Energy Outlook 2018 (WEO 2018) is to be launched in the UK at the Energy Institute’s (EI) headquarters in London on 22 November 2018. Its scenario-based analysis offers a thought-provoking range of potential futures for the gl...

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  • ConocoPhillips has completed its transaction to sell its Barnett shale assets in the US to Lime Rock Resources for approximately $230mn.Production associated with the Barnett assets for 1H2018 averaged 9,000 boe/d, of which approximately 55% was natural gas and 45% natural gas liquids (NGLs).

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  • Petrochemicals are set to be the largest driver of world oil demand, outpacing cars, trucks and aviation in future oil demand growth, even with ambitious efforts to promote recycling and promote greater efficiency, according to the latest analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA).Petrochem...

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  • Anti-fracking activists have been banned from disrupting shale developers at fracking sites in Sussex and Surrey. A high court judge agreed on Monday to grant an interim injunction against unlawful protest at the sites operated by UK Oil and Gas which in recent weeks have been dogged by protest...

  • From 1950 to 1972 the Saudi Arabian official selling price for crude oil was always below $3 a barrel, a level that did not change when OPEC was formed in 1960.  But after the first oil crisis of 1973, the state oil companies lost the ability to impose official selling prices. Since then the p...

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