Energy

What’s in store for CO 2 ?

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has lots of potential worldwide but also faces significant challenges, explains Roberto Bencini, Chartered Petroleum Geologist, and Greg Coleman, Managing Director, PetroMall consultancy. – Adapted from The Petroleum Review, October 2019. The magazine for oil, gas and new fuels professionals. The piece appeared in Petroleum Review, October 2019, published by …

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The Virtual University of Uganda co-sponsors the 2019 Oil and Gas Summit in Uganda

The 2019 summit is the biggest Oil and Gas summit in East Africa. It collects industry experts, suppliers and service providers from all over the world. The Virtual University of Uganda is honoured to be a part of this event as a co-sponsor. Over 400 attendees from across 125 national and international companies are expected …

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Fire Safety Services Should Be Contextually Feasible to O&G and Allied Sectors

East African economies have continued to enjoy significant findings for crude oil and natural gas discoveries with Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya proven to have 6.5 Billion Barrels of Oil, 57 Trillion cubic feet of natural gas, 754 Million barrels respectively. With the latest progress so far and much-anticipated scale of operations in East Africa as …

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Embedding the Environment in Sustainable Development Goals

While only MDG-7 had a clear focus on the environment, the other MDGs had indirect impacts on the environment, both positive and negative. On the positive side, the MDG 2 goal for universal primary education has encouraged a greater awareness of the need for environmental protection. What role should current goals play in SDGs? Read …

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Prof. Magnus presents a paper on climate change and achieving environmental protection in the Energy and Mining Industries at the 1st AEMI Annual Energy & Mining Conference.

The extraction of non-renewable geological resources such as oil, gas, metals and minerals is a major segment of the global economy. Much of the world’s population lives in countries that are rich in oil, gas and minerals. It is estimated that requirements for steel will grow by 90% between 2010 and 2030, for copper by …

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