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Kerosine jet engines can now run on biofuel

Increased in oil prices have provided new incentives to develop alternative fuel sources for jet engines. Whilst the use of biofuels in jet engines is not new, recent technological advances have meant that biofuel blends can be used without any … Continue reading

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Oil and gas power shifts

A transformation in fossil fuel supply and demand patterns, driven by an expansion of technological capabilities, along with the declining US influence in the Middle East, Asia and Africa may alter strategic power reach and subsequently control and logistical patterns … Continue reading

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Correlated markets – energy and food

Energy and global food production are intrinsically linked due to the highly energy dependent nature of food production. Strong correlations have been demonstrated previously. Volatile oil prices pose a considerable threat to an affordable, secure food supply. For developing nations … Continue reading

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