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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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  • One of the themes in this issue is energy used in buildings and homes. We include, from page 14, articles on the interplay between ventilation and heat losses, district cooling in the Middle East, the energy performance of LED lighting and the real world experience of a home fittef with a series of ...

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  • Everything changes – but the electricity systems of Britain and Europe are currently in a period of particularly rapid transition. Four feature articles discuss different parts of that change – starting with a piece on the evolution of generating plant able to react quickly to UK syste...

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  • Electricity transmission and distribution is the first main theme of this issue and the opening article takes a look at demand-side response initiatives – in which consumers reduce loads at times of network stress – are already taking a role in keeping the lights on. We also cover how ...

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  • This month’s Petroleum Review reports that although Canada’s oil and gas industry is in recovery mode as prices stabilise, market access and supply cost worries remain. Meanwhile, prospects are looking brighter for the US sector, which is set to benefit from a positive macro-economic o...

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  • We cover aspects of both the demand and supply sides of the energy equation in this issue – from energy use in buildings to efforts to capture carbon dioxide from power plants. Ground source heat pumps represent one of several new technologies making an impa...

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  • This month’s Petroleum Review leads with a review of oil and gas developments in Latin America and the Caribbean, where infrastructure development and regional integration will be key to sustainable economic growth in the future. The feature includes in-depth ana...

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  • This month’s issue begins with an overview of Africa’s oil and gas sector, where low oil prices are creating ‘winners’ made up of net oil importing countries and ‘losers’ in net oil exporting countries. We also take a closer look at Libya’s descent in...

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  • This month’s issue begins with our annual review of the seismic market, which is positioning itself for an upswing in fortunes when the oil price starts to pick up once again. We provide an overview of the current state of play in the market, as well as developing technologies that are lookin...

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  • The first renewable energy projects were developed on land, of course, with a progression to the perhaps more dramatically sited offshore equivalents, yet onshore installations continue to dominate in terms of total generating capacity – at least for now. This issue concentrates on onshore re...

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