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Number of EVs on global roads rises 64% year-on-year

China, the US and Norway lead the way, while research in Europe suggests electric cars are cheaper to own and operate than conventional models.The number of electric cars (e-cars) worldwide has risen to 5.6mn in early 2019 – up 64% from last year – with China and the US largely driving this steep gr...

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Universities share funding for research into distributed renewables

ReNU researchers will work on technology to charge the growing number of small devices.The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has awarded £5.2mn to Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Universities to open a new national Centre for Doctoral Training in renewable energies. Industry partn...

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Key uncertainties shaping global energy markets

The 2019 edition of the BP Energy Outlook explores the key uncertainties that could impact the shape of global energy markets out to 2040, the greatest of which involve the need for more energy to support continued global economic growth and rising prosperity, together with the n...

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CNOOC announces 'largest UK gas discovery since 2008'

The Chinese national oil and gas company CNOOC recently announced a new discovery on the Glengorm prospect, located in the UK Central North Sea. The Glengorm discovery, located in Licence P2215 with a water depth of approximately 86 metres, was drilled to a total depth of 5,056 metres and encountere...

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India's oil demand growth momentum to continue, exceeding China in 2019

India's oil demand growth recovered strongly in 2018, overcoming demonetisation, the aftermath of the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), and contributing to 14% (or 245,000 b/d) of the global demand growth. Market analyst Wood Mackenzie forecasts oil demand will grow at the sam...

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