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  • Interview with Don Victory, Chief Process Engineer, ExxonMobil
A significant energy transition is underway with many factors shaping the world’s energy future. As stated in ExxonMobil’s Energy Outlook, technology will be vital to address climate risks and improve the standard of living.
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  • Contributed by: Moty Kuperberg, Director Oil and Gas, Dynamic Shipping Services Ltd
The last 3 years, since energy prices collapsed from the $ 100 a barrel ‘consensus’ level to below $30, created the opportunity to announce and introduce a different price regime era.
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  • Contributed by: David Ledesma, Energy & Strategy Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The pace of energy transition towards low carbon fuels is one of the biggest challenges facing individuals, companies and governments today.
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Europe’s gas industry has long argued that gas has a significant role to play as an energy source that can positively benefit the transition towards a decarbonised economy.
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  • Contributed by: Dave Humphreys, Vice President Operations, Birchcliff Energy
I am sure many people would agree that Liquefied Natural Gas is the one hydrocarbon product that could have the single largest impact on the petroleum industry and the Canadian economy.
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  • Interview with Dave Bennett, Director External Affairs, Fortis BC
The industry is experiencing a growing recognition of the role of gas and LNG as the world tackles poor air quality and climate change.
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  • Contributed by: Jamie Speirs, Sustainable Gas Institute, Energy Analysis and Policy Lead, Imperial College London
This new white paper, penned by academics at Imperial’s Sustainable Gas Institute, examines the potential benefits of using natural gas for ship and truck fuel.
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  • Contributed by: Bernadette McCabe, Principal Scientist – Energy and Bioresource Recycling, Centre for Agricultural Engineering, University of Southern Queensland
Australia’s report card on reducing its greenhouse gas emissions isn’t exactly glowing, but there are ample opportunities to get it on track during this period of rapid change in the energy sector.

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