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

  • 12 days ago (2021-06-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the June 2021 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: World Bank initiates global movement to halt routine gas flaring
Despite pledges by a number of countries to reach net zero by 2050 in line with the Paris Agreement, the IEA says there will still be 22 billion tons of carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere. Putting a halt to gas flaring is one of those key buttons that needs to be pushed to stop the rise in emissions.

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Industry Perspective: Offshore wind at the hub of EU carbon neutrality
The North Sea is seen by many as the powerhouse of Europe, but realising its potential is not without its challenges. Junior Isles hears how the region might achieve its goals for offshore wind.

Energy Outlook: China’s unseen decarbonisation tool
China has added huge amounts of wind and solar. Nuclear has been less publicised but will be key to the country achieving its carbon emission targets. Asia energy expert, Joseph Jacobelli, explains.

Technology Focus: Warming up to hydrogen
A gas engine now operating on green hydrogen at a combined heat and power plant in Hamburg, Germany, is a significant milestone in the development of reciprocating engines for burning the carbon-free fuel.

Final Word: Roadmaps and disappearing pathways

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