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Look beyond traditional markets for growth

As energy security takes centre stage for the oil and gas sector in the year ahead, three global hotspots for activity – Papua New Guinea, Guyana and Namibia – offer exceptional opportunities for businesses to raise their ambition beyond established export markets, say EIC analysts Hirzi Iskandar, Lucas Ramos and Muhammad Arif Syafiq 

| July 2023



Oman, Saudi Arabia and UAE lead GCC clean energy investments

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) economies represent an enormous opportunity for EIC members. As the region pivots from fossil fuels, GCC states are well-positioned to lead the energy transition through clean hydrogen development and strong policy support.

Across the region, the political will to decarbonise at pace is lining up investors. And although ambitions vary among countries, as do market size and readiness, there is a prevailing sense of dynamism.

But which markets should you consider exporting to in 2023? Oman, Saudi Arabia and UAE, says Wan Afiq, Energy Analyst for Middle East and North Africa at EIC

| July 2023



Nuclear power roars back in Central Europe

As Europe transitions to a more sustainable future, the development and deployment of small modular reactors (SMRs) present exciting opportunities for the nuclear energy supply chain. With plans to develop and put the first SMRs into operation, EIC energy analyst Aadam Sufi looks at why Poland, the Czech Republic and Romania should be on your radar

| July 2023



Brazil braces for offshore wind

A long coastline and strong winds make Brazil an attractive location for the development of offshore wind farms, with significant potential for growth, say Project Coordinator Gabriel Loio and Senior Adviser Julieta Verleun at the Energy and Ocean Economy Secretariat, Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro

| July 2023



View from the top

Energy Focus talks with new EIC Chair Andrew Cuniah about his passion for energy, EIC’s bold ambitions, and being ready for tomorrow’s markets

| July 2023

Changing power demand in Asia Pacific

Although there is growing pressure on the global power sector to decarbonise, coal remains one of Asia Pacific’s cheapest new-build power generation options. With the region’s electricity demand growth expected to be double the rate of the rest of the world this decade, EIC Regional Analyst for Asia Pacific Dr Madana Nallappan looks at Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia and the opportunities on offer amid their energy conundrum

| July 2023

Accelerating the offshore energy transition

The UK is in pole position to help accelerate offshore low-carbon energy innovation, both at home and overseas – but collaboration is key, writes Lucy Woods

Feature | April 2020