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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.

  • This month’s magazine highlights some of the new construction projects being undertaken by North American and north European liquids terminal operators in response to rapid changes in international product flows. We also explain why this sector still provides an opportunity for investors to see a co...

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  • The price of Brent crude closely mirrors those of the OPEC crudes (see DSS13 OPEC prices). Geopolitical, economic, and natural events influence both. The increase in price between 1998 and 2008 was partly due to the increase in demand, especially the BRIC countries of Brasil, India and China, a...

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  • There have been a few developments in policies affecting China’s upstream sector in recent months. Among them, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has relaxed its policy on foreign investment in the country’s upstream sector, removing restrictions on foreign companies to j...

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  • Global FLNG capex is set to total $20.7bn by 2025, as the supply chain anticipates the next wave of FLNG development, writes Mark Adeosun, Westwood Global Energy Group.

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  • If North America’s oil and gas sector is any indication, the rumours about the death of the hydrocarbon age have been greatly exaggerated, reports Gordon Cope, highlighting plenty of action on the unconventionals front.

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  • Global energy investment stabilised in 2018, but security and sustainability concerns are growing, according to the latest International Energy Agency World Energy Investment report.

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  • Expectations ran high as the oil and gas industry scrambled for North Slope acreage at all costs in 1969. However, within 11 years of operating, the euphoria diminished as well flow rates dropped and output peaked. Today, although there is interest in regenerating North Slope production, an oil rush...

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  • This month’s issue begins with our regional focus, highlighting booming activity on the North American unconventionals front and increasing interest in regenerating production from Alaska’s North Slope, which celebrates 50 years of output this year. The LNG glut forecast this summer is a hot to...

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