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Selected highlights from the May 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 1 year, 1 month ago (2019-04-30)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the May 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Romania approves development plan for Black Sea gas discoveries
Approval of the Midia Gas Development project could lead to Romania exporting gas to other European countries.

Industry Perspective: What’s keeping us awake at night?
This year’s Issues Monitor, recently published by the World Energy Council, reveals that energy storage and digitalisation are two key areas that are keeping energy executives awake at night.

Energy Outlook: Bringing electricity markets closer together
Europe’s electricity sector has identified its priorities and key policy recommendations with regard to the different elements of the Clean Energy Package. Eurelectric elaborates on the key CEP objectives and outlines what it sees as the main drivers and enablers to achieve those objectives.

Technology: GT26 gets a HE upgrade
GE has launched a significant upgrade for the GT26 gas turbine. By incorporating advanced technology from its F- and H-class machines as well as 3D printing, the high efficiency (HE) upgrade will deliver improved efficiency, power output and flexibility while reducing maintenance costs for its customers – the first of which will be Uniper, at its plant in Enfield, UK.

Final Word: A rebellious climate

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