Virtual reality (VR) employee training is paving the way for enhanced safety and...
- Virtual reality shapes power industry training: GlobalData Report
- More than meets the eye: deceptive cybersecurity for the energy sector
- Is CCUS the key to a low-carbon economy for the UK?
- States versus the union: how could the ACE rule impact US energy?
- Carbon-free 2050: read this and more in the new Future Power
Virtual reality shapes power industry training: GlobalData Report
Virtual reality (VR) employee training is paving the way for enhanced safety and efficiency in the power industry according to report Virtual Reality in Power – Thematic Research by GlobalData.
Static Electricity Control Invites Industry Professionals to SELP
Static Electricity Control is inviting industry professionals to attend the only conference in the Asia Pacific dedicated to static electricity and lightning protection.
Dropsafe Received ABS Approval for Meeting Drops Prevention Standard
A pioneering solution to dropped objects in the offshore energy industry Dropsafe Net received type approval from ABS for meeting the Drops Prevention Standard.
More than meets the eye: deceptive cybersecurity for the energy sector
The energy industry is particularly vulnerable to cyber-attacks due to increased interconnectivity of energy systems, but what can be done to protect these systems? Umar Ali speaks to Tony Cole, CTO at cybersecurity company Attivo Networks, about a technology that could provide a solution.
Is CCUS the key to a low-carbon economy for the UK?
In November 2019 the Energy Industries Council (EIC) published a report into carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) as a more viable concept to reduce emissions than CCS. How important will CCUS be in the UK’s energy future? Umar Ali sat down with EIC CEO Stuart Broadley and EIC senior energy analyst Oliver Barnes to find out more.
States versus the union: how could the ACE rule impact US energy?
22 US states have sued the Trump administration for its attempts to replace an Obama-era law with a new bill that would give states greater power over their own greenhouse gas emissions. While the government claims the new law will have its benefits, the numbers don’t add up, and risk further fracturing an already tense political relationship between the federal government, states, and private companies.
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