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Selected highlights from the April 2021 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 19 days ago (2021-04-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the April 2021 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Total to return to Mozambique LNG project despite continuing violence
Ongoing violence is jeopardising Mozambique’s efforts to develop its gas resources, and delays in bringing those resources on-stream may leave the fuel struggling to compete in a market with an already uncertain long-term future.

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Industry Perspective: Turning up the heat on decarbonisation
There has been a demand for heat pump solutions that are increasing in scale and complexity, pushing the envelope in terms of where industrial heat pumps are being applied. But more education around the benefits is needed in many core industrial market segments.

Energy Outlook: Wind resilience
Despite a difficult year plagued by the Covid-19 pandemic, the wind power sector witnessed record-breaking capacity installations, particularly onshore.

Technology Focus: Heat pumps add another level to storage
The growing amount of battery storage deployed to support variable renewable energy sources presents a big opportunity for heat pumps. A project is underway at a massive facility in Dalian, China, which will demonstrate how heat pumps can sit alongside batteries to recover and re-use waste heat.

Final Word: Stick to the programme

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