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Selected highlights from the June 2022 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • a month ago (2022-06-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the June 2022 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Nutrien plans world’s largest clean ammonia plant

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While there is great alarm over the current prices of oil and gas, these price hikes are destined to fuel the energy transition. Many firms are hard at work shifting to cleaner fuels, including two North American-based companies planning large ammonia production facilities using carbon capture and storage.

Energy Outlook: SMRs powering up to join the big beasts

Small Modular Reactors hold huge promise for low-carbon and low-cost energy and are attracting considerable interest as a result, with dozens of designs under development. Challenges remain, but momentum is building for a big nuclear success story.

Asia Decarbonisation: Elections will accelerate Asia’s path to net zero

Australia, the Philippines, and South Korea have each held elections in the last three months. As ‘influencers’, given their size and level of development, the results add momentum to the region’s energy transition and will enable faster capital mobilisation in the three energy markets.

Technology Focus: High voltage DC GIS for DolWin kappa

The DolWin kappa converter platform is a key part of Germany’s DolWin6 offshore wind farm interconnection project. TEI Times visited the platform as it neared completion to take a first hand look at an installation, which for the first time features gas insulated switchgear for DC applications up to ±550 kV.

Final Word: There’s more to lightning than speed

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