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Fossil fuels provide 89% of the world’s primary energy needs. We consume over 1m tonnes of oil and 250m cm of gas every hour. These fuels are essential to our existence, but are controversial – it is generally accepted that they have a damaging effect on our climate. Phil Hopkins, technical director, Penspen and professorial fellow, University of Newcastle, introduces some of the ethical issues staff face in the oil and gas business
Author(s): Hopkins P
Publication type: Book Chapter
Book Title: Fundamentals of the World Gas Industry
Publisher: Petroleum Economist
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