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China’s 5-Year Plan: the effect on energy

Ledetta Asfa-Wossen discusses the implications for energy of China’s latest Five-Year Plan with a panel of experts

SPE European Artificial Lift Conference

This Biennial event has been able to attract a wide-ranging mix of presentations, posters, exhibitors and the ever popular pre-conference training day, all aimed at enhancing your knowledge of artificial lift.

Fracking poses no danger to underground water supplies - Glasgow University

Potential future fracking activity in the UK is unlikely to pose a pollution danger to overlying aquifers, new research from a leading academic suggests.

Country report: Denmark

Rhiannon Garth Jones takes a look at the policies and technologies that have contributed to Denmark’s impressive energy mix

Scanning ancient scrolls

A combination of synchrotron X-ray techniques is revealing the secrets of an ancient collection of papyri buried in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Rhiannon Garth Jones reports

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