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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.

  • BP has announced that it is to reduce its capital spending plans by 25% – with a new forecast of $12bn – as part of cost reductions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the low oil price. However, it stressed that no BP employees would be laid off during the next three months as a result of the ...

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  • Africa needs a progressive multi-tier energy transition that balances different types of both fossil and renewable energy sources, writes NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber.

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  • The global energy system and the energy professionals that keep it running are playing a crucial role in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, maintaining the vital energy supply network on which most of us, including our hospitals and key workers, rely. Our thoughts are with all those impacted ...

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  • In the wake of the coronavirus and collapse in crude oil prices, chemical, and oil and gas, and midstream companies will all slash capital spending (capex) for growth projects to preserve cash. As a result, the US and global chemical investment wave looks to slow considerably in the years ahead, wri...

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  • Thanks to the development of unconventional shale reservoirs, the world is awash in oil and gas. Unfortunately, economics, regional animosities and environmentalists are complicating what is available to whom and when, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • Israel recently started exporting gas to Jordan and Egypt, heralding a new era for the country’s energy sector. Joe Charlaff reports from Jerusalem.

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  • Industrial processes will prove difficult to decarbonise, which is why policymakers have long talked about trapping and storing the carbon dioxide they emit. Could this CO2 be sold and used elsewhere? Robert Stokes investigates.

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  • This month’s issue begins with the second of a two-part article looking at the variety of routes being taken by the oil and gas sector in the drive to a low carbon future, with a particular focus on the activities of Repsol, ADNOC and BP. Keeping to the energy transition theme, we also highlight how...

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  • It’s usually cheaper to prevent the use of a unit of energy than it is to generate that unit, either from fossil fuels or renewables. In this edition of Energy World, we turn our attention to the sometimes overlooked ‘fifth fuel’: energy efficiency. The theme begins on page 14, where Andrew Wil...

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  • The pace of energy transition varies considerably among 15 international oil and gas companies according to a new report commissioned by research consultancy CMS, reports Brian Davis. The European majors (especially Shell and Repsol) have made far more progress than their American counterparts (such...

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