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Ross McCracken joined Platts in 1999 working on the assessment of crude oil prices, including the key benchmark Dated Brent, becoming crude oil manager, Europe. Full Bio
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Feb 2018
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas

LNG: the glut that was and may never be

There was a certain air of triumphalism surrounding Anglo-Dutch major Shell's statement in February that the world's growing supply of LNG would be "comfortably" absorbed by rising demand in 2018, and that the much anticipated glut would never materialize

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  • Blog
Feb 2018
  • Electric Power
  • Renewables

The irresistible allure of old mine shafts

UK energy start-up Gravitricity announced February 7 it had received a GBP650,000 ($903,400) grant from Innovate UK, the UK government's innovation agency, for a plan to use old mines shafts to store energy

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Feb 2018
  • Coal
  • Electric Power
  • Renewables
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas
  • Oil

Beijing locks sights on green dividend

It might seem odd to speak of China's economy as green when the country is far and away the world's largest producer and consumer of coal, but there is no question that Beijing is combining industrial and environmental policies in a way that is more radical...

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