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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. Get up to speed on topical issues with Energy Insights Over the past few months we have added several new topics to our Energy Insights which provide a current outlook on what is...

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  • Shell has signed an agreement with Sinopec of China to jointly study the potential development of shale oil in the Dongying Trough in the eastern province of Shandong. Meanwhile, BP is reported to have unveiled plans to stop exploring for shale gas in China due to poor drilling results, leaving the ...

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  • Chevron is to acquire Anadarko Petroleum in a deal valued at $50bn.The deal, which also includes the acquisition of Anadarko subsidiary Western Midstream Partners, will strengthen Chevron’s leading positions in large, attractive shale, deepwater and natural gas resource basins. According to Che...

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  • Crude oil has formed the backbone of the global economy for over 100 years, providing heat and power as well as fuel for personal vehicles and freight. However, demand growth for oil is expected to slow as the world transitions away from being reliant on fossil fuels. In the world of oil and gas, on...

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  • We know that integrating variable renewable technologies, such as solar, into electricity systems is neither impossible nor ruinously expensive – now is the time for investors to think bigger, write Dr Charles Donovan and Dr Ajay Gambhir.

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  • North America will be the major contributor to the growth of  LNG liquefaction capacity between 2019 and 2023, accounting for about 72% of the total global capacity from planned and announced projects, according to GlobalData.A recently published report from the analyst shows that around 366mn ...

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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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  • 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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  • The influence of energy on geopolitics has historically referred to the influence of fossil fuels – coal, oil and natural gas. However, renewable energy sources are fast becoming a feasible alternative to fossil fuels, both economically and as a long-term sustainable solution to tackle climate chang...

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  • The US will drive global oil supply growth over the next five years thanks to the remarkable strength of its shale industry, triggering a rapid transformation of world oil markets according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual oil market forecast. By the end of the forecast, oil exports...

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