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Oil and Gas


Hydrocarbons are insulating energy business from a recession

Oil and gas demand looks set to continue even as a global downturn looks increasingly inevitable, providing suppliers with a pipeline of work for the foreseeable future, says Sara Verbruggen

| October 2023



The power grid - bottleneck of the energy transition?

Tim Holt at Siemens Energy looks at what it will take to successfully expand power grids for the energy transition in the long term.

| October 2023



Is nuclear in trouble?

The turn back to nuclear energy is encouraging, but with fears about the health of the global economy, realising these ambitious goals requires bold, brave leaders and collaboration, says Tim Yeo, Chairman of the New Nuclear Watch Institute

| October 2023



Profits prove elusive in the clean energy transition

It has been a challenging year for renewables. Inflation is hitting industries such as offshore wind hard, yet some providers are hoping perseverance will pay off, says Sara Verbruggen

| October 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