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Selected highlights from the March 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 27 days ago (2020-03-03)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the March 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Gas Watch: LNG demand will survive coronavirus
Despite slumping prices brought by the Covid-19 virus, long-term LNG demand will survive.

Industry Perspective: Utilities hold the key to cars of the future
The UK recently announced plans to ban all polluting cars by 2035. Any country going down this path, however, will need to make changes to its existing grid infrastructure to manage the added demand from electric vehicles.

Energy Outlook: Blustery conditions
Although offshore wind goes from strength to strength, the situation for onshore wind power has not been all plain sailing.

Technology: Trading places
With the help of a new energy management and trading platform, energy managers can now trade based on evidence and statistical analysis via AI-driven technology, with no need to rely on just the opinion of a broker.

Final Word: Ups and downs of a flatlining world

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