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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review looks at the potential role that technology might play in helping the oil and gas sector meet the skills gap and outlines some of the attractions of a career in this sector.We also provide an overview of some of the latest decommissioning developments in the No...

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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review provides an update of some of the latest developments in the Asia-Pacific, a region that saw a return to vigorous growth in oil and gas demand in 2012 and a market where biofuels are expected to play an increasing role in the future. We also assess what co...

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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 story on page 6 ...

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  • We begin the New Year with a review of the challenges and opportunities facing the constantly evolving oil and gas industry, a sector where major shifts in energy demand are being seen as emerging economies develop. We look at the role underground coal gasification (UCG) technology will play in unlo...

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  • Following the US sahle boom, the big question is 'Where next?' Three special reports examine the prospects for unconventional resources elsewhere and ask 'Boom or gloom?'Faced with volatile oil prices and challeging political environments, similar questions are being asked about more conventional oi...

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  • Following the US shale boom, the big question is ‘Where next?’ Three special reports examine the prospects for unconventional resources elsewhere and ask ‘Boom or gloom?’ Faced with volatile oil prices and challenging political environments, similar questions are being asked about more conventi...

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  • We return to renewables in this issue, staying onshore this time. The main focus is on the various parts of the bioenergy world, including an article from the Energy Technologies Institute on the role that local waste gasification projects could play in future UK energy...

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  • Tony Wood reports on how aligning information technology and data management strategies with business needs is now more critical than ever.

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  • New technologies available to pipeline operating companies are reviewed. Upgrading the performance of SCADA control systems by incorporating new open systems is described and benefits are discussed. Key components of an open system are local area networks, data exchanges with external computers, and...

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