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  • Gas comes in two forms these days – ‘natural’ (fossil) gas and a host of ‘unconventionals’ from biogases to shale. Our first feature this month takes a hard look at the status of the UK’s nascent shale gas industry and its prospects; followed by two art...

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  • Energy networks – electricity, natural gas, heat, even hydrogen pipelines – connect sources to users. Four articles on networks make up the first main theme of this issue – looking at the development of network technologies and the architecture required to meet evolving generati...

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  • This month’s cover photo looks down at the injection point for the carbon dioxide captured by SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant, in Canada. For the full story on the opening of the plant, see the November issue of Energy World. See also our CCS progress st...

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  • Big Data, analytics and advanced visualisation can have a significant impact on the entire oil and gas chain. In this issue we look at how operators can maximise value from such technology, while avoiding the hype. We also look at how the ‘industrial internet’ is creating new challenge...

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  • Falling oil prices are forcing the industry to focus on improving all aspects of the bottom line. In this issue we look at how to transform supply chain requirements, up and downstream and from end-to-end, learning from lean-thinking examples in other industry sectors. New technology solutions,...

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  • This issue of the magazine takes a long hard look at coal as a fuel for power generation, starting with analysis by consultants Pöyry of the conundrum that the use of coal worldwide is growing at the same time that world governments are pledging to reduce carbon emissions. Is carbon capture and...

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  • Installation of natural gas distribution pipelines and meters in high-rise condominiums in New York is described. The concept of vertical subdivision is explained and the project opens up new opportunities for gas appliances. Servicing options are reviewed and they include central meter closet desig...

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  • Telemetry-based electronic flow meters (EFM) are recommended for gas distribution technology. By late 1996 a major gas distributions company in Houston expects to have 18,000 meter stations converted to EFMs. The estimated investment cost is $100 million to control 21,000 miles of gathering systems ...

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  • Innovative trenchless technology is used to repair a gas main in Brooklyn. The Tite Liner system for installing a polyethylene liner inside a 20 in. steel main operating at 15 psi is described. The liner pipe is radially compressed by about 7% and a pulley winch maintains the reduced diameter during...

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  • Attention is drawn to the joint programme being sponsored by the DOE (and more recently the GRI) with industry to demonstrate application of new and novel-fracture-stimulation technologies in gas-storage fields across the US. The objective of which, being to advance deliverability-enhanced technolog...

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