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Plans to squeeze more value out of reserves are taking shape but not all companies have found ways to hedge their bets

Fuel rises to challenge oil industry’s supremacy

Plans to squeeze more value out of reserves are taking shape but not all companies have found ways to hedge their bets, says Guy Chazan

Gas to liquids: Launch pads proffered for small-scale GTL plants

Ajay Makan finds an industry in search of a political solution

Deepsea Metro

East Africa: Risky business as billions invested in infant industries

Without transparency and clear regulations there is a prospect of increased discontent, reports Michael Kavanagh

Europe: Continental shift may aid competition

Shale exploration is now a reality, says Michael Kavanagh

Chevron's Gorgon plant in western Australia

Australia: Swift decisions needed to gain second wave of investment

Security of supply may not be enough to offset rising costs, says Neil Hume

United States: Countries vie for a piece of the shale revolution

Some companies have been very vocal in urging caution in awarding permits, discovers Ed Crooks

Floating facilities: Companies push the boat offshore

Innovative FLNG facilities offer a win-win solution, writes Michael Kavanagh

LNG: Groups put pedal to the metal in dash to provide transport fuel

Legislation to reduce sulphur emissions is driving change, reports Sylvia Pfeifer

Benchmarks: Headlong rush into pricing is a risky business

Oil-indexed contracts have developed a bad name largely as a result of poorly timed deals. Ajay Makan asks if the tide has turned

Storage: UK households and industry should prepare for higher bills

Increasing reliance on imports means prices could become more volatile, writes Sylvia Pfeifer

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