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Selected highlights from the November 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 7 months ago (2018-11-01)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the November 2018 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Special Project Supplement: First 50 Hz, HL gas turbine for Keadby

The first power plant to use Siemens’ SGT5-9000HL advanced gas turbine is to be built at Keadby in the UK. The project indicates there is still room for highly efficient and flexible large gas fired combined cycle power plants in a market that is being increasingly dominated by renewables

Fuel Watch: Turkmen gas reappears with EU support of gas pipeline

The European Union is again expressing its support for the controversial Trans Caspian Gas Pipeline, even as Gazprom announced that it would resume importing Turkmen gas at the start of 2019.

Industry Perspective: Intelligent energy transformation

On the cusp of the transition in how we create, distribute and consume energy, EY's Thierry Mortier assesses the practical applications of artificial intelligence in the power and utilities industry.

Energy Outlook: The energy transition and the future of storage

DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2018 forecasts that renewables will drive rapid electrification across several sectors and predicts a key role for energy storage.

Technology: Platform for change

Utilities of the future will sell less energy. It’s a scary thought, but some are already embracing change with the help of IoT platforms and a whole new approach to their business.

Final Word: Running out of gas?

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We hope you find it informative!

Yours sincerely, Junior Isles, Editor-in-Chief

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