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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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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.

  • Calls for constitutional reform, political infighting and the COVID-19 pandemic threaten Chile’s energy transition programme, reports Maria Kielmas.

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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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  • The current business environment may be clouded with uncertainty, but with their tanks full, storage terminal operators are looking ahead with some confidence, reports Peter Mackay.

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  • What are the prospects for merger and acquisitions investment on the UKCS, given the recent oil price crash and the COVID-19 pandemic? Brian Davis gains insights from PwC.

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  • Petroleum Review begins this month with an overview of the North Sea, where the joint whammy of COVID-19 and the oil price crash brought most M&A activity to a halt. But signs of renaissance are looming. Meanwhile, economic recovery is paramount as China looks to reset both its economy and ener...

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  • 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.  Following the first oil crisis of 1973, the state oil companies lost the ability to impose official selling  prices. Since then ...

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  • A price war and an international pandemic have simultaneously created an immense glut and a drop in demand for oil. US unconventional shale plays face parlous times, reports Gordon Cope.

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