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Slow surge in global gas demand due to high prices

Slow surge in global gas demand due to high prices Very high costs and supply issues are estimated to lag the expansion in requirements and demands for natural gas. That’s according to the newest Gas Market Report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), which estimates that global natural gas expenditure will contract slightly this year…
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Sites revealed that may hold floating wind projects

Sites revealed that may hold floating wind projects The Crown Estate has today discovered five ‘areas of search’ for the advancement of floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea. The Queen’s property manager predicts these areas may deliver 4GW of floating offshore wind power and power approximately 4 million houses by 2035. The areas have…
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UK’s fracking firms might be qualified for tax breaks

UK’s fracking firms might be qualified for tax breaks Fracking companies may get help from tax breaks by using a loophole in the government’s windfall tax. That’s the suggestion from a analysis uploaded by the campaign society Uplift which implies the investment allocation tied to Energy Profits Levy could prolong to fracking companies, which may…
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Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable.

Non nuclear energy systems will not be as sustainable. Building viable and pure energy systems will be harder, unsafe and more expensive without nuclear. This is one of the adventurous discoveries of the International Energy Agency‘s Nuclear Power and Secure Energy Transitions analysis which implies nuclear power could play a significant role in helping countries…
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Failure to deliver net zero plans

Failure to deliver net zero plans Current government programmes to decarbonise industries and support the UK hit its net zero aim by 2050 will be deemed as unsuccessfully executed. The worrisome discoveries come from the analysis report uploaded today by the Climate Change Committee (CCC) which shows that there are massive losses in delivery schemes…
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UK refuses to be blackmailed by dictators in control of the gas taps.

UK refuses to be blackmailed by dictators in control of the gas taps. The government has reiterated its solid stance in opposition to Russia amid diminished gas flows to Europe throughout the Nord Stream pipeline. Delivering a speech at the Chatham House Second Century London Conference, the Business Secretary talked about the UK’s preparedness for…
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Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester.

Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester. Rolls-Royce has said it will come back to Manchester to reconstruct its new headquarters for its Smaller Modular Reactors (SMR) business unit. The move comes roughly 120 years later when Charles Rolls met Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel in Manchester. The new office will have a location at…
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Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF

Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF EDF is supposedly ready to move away from the Sizewell C nuclear power project. Some of the UK’s largest unions sent a letter to the Business Secretary warning the future of the plant will be in jeopardy if the government delays a government investment decision (GID). This choice…
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UK puts its focus on speeding up the energy transition.

UK puts its focus on speeding up the energy transition. It is time for the UK to put its main focus on speeding up the energy transition. That’s the proposition from Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng who addressed hundreds of delegates of The Big Zero Show at Coventry Building Society Arena: “With gas prices at record…
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North Sea projects scrapped?

North Sea projects scrapped? The fufillment of a windfall tax on oil and gas firms’ profits has reportedly made some reexamine their new fossil fuel projects in the North Sea. The Telegraph has announced that the Norwegian energy company Equinor is reviewing its plan to drill for oil and gas in the North Sea, in…
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