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Research at UCL Australia

UCL School of Energy and Resources

Research in the School of Energy and Resources focuses on both the upstream and downstream development of energy and resources, covering a wide range of disciplines - from engineering and economics to environmental science and law. 

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Mullard Space Science Laboratory

The Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) is a world-leading research organisation delivering a broad science programme that is underpinned by a strong capability in space science instrumentation, space-domain engineering, space medicine, systems engineering and project management.

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International Energy Policy Institute

The International Energy Policy Institute (IEPI) was created to address key policy issues in the mineral, energy and resources industries through intensive and innovative research.

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Research at the IEPI

Professor Stefaan Simons

Professor Stefaan Simons

RESEARCH

International Energy Policy Institute

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY POLICY INSTITUTE

The International Energy Policy Institute (IEPI) was created to address key policy issues in the mineral, energy and resources industries through intensive and innovative research.

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Mullard Space Science Laboratory

MULLARD SPACE SCIENCE LABORATORY

The Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) is a world-leading research organisation delivering a broad science programme that is underpinned by a strong capability in space science instrumentation, space-domain engineering, space medicine, systems engineering and project management.

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UCL Australia Latest News

UCL 'running ruler' over local expansion

Publication date:

9 July 2014

By Andrew Trounson, Higher Education Reporter, The Australian

Million pounds for UCL'’s Adelaide campus

Publication date:

10 June 2014

By Cameron England, Chief Business Reporter, Adelaide Advertiser

Depreciate 100% shale exploration costs to stimulate jobs

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20 May 2014

CRETE: Australia should consider a 100% first-year depreciation of shale exploration and development costs, to stimulate unconventional gas jobs and activity, Adelaide-based researcher Navinda De Silva will tell the International Conference of the Research for Energy Management in Greece this Thursday.

UCL releases five new Santos Scholarships for 2015

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14 May 2014

University College London (UCL) has today released $600,000 in scholarship funding from Santos to attract students to its world-renowned energy and resources school in Adelaide, Australia.

Santos support for UCL surpasses $2.5m

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01 April 2014

University College London (UCL) students have today visited Santos’ Port Bonython hydrocarbon processing plant, commemorating passing the $2.5m scholarship funding mark from the company.

Former Resources Minister Martin Ferguson joins UCL 

Publication date:

18 March 2014

Martin Ferguson, the high profile former federal Labor resources and energy Minister, has today been announced as the new chairman of University College London’s Australia board.

University College London to join Australia’s oil and gas leaders at APPEA 2014

Publication date:

14 March 2014

Meet face-to-face with University College London, Australia staff at the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association Conference in Perth on 6-9 April 2014 to discuss postgraduate study options. 

Disparity of state regulations causing community concern

Publication date:

26 February 2014

The disparity of state regulations in Australia is one of the key causes of community concerns about unconventional gas development in Australia, according to researchers at University College London in Adelaide. 

UCL School of Energy and Resources, Australia welcomes 17 new students

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24 February 2014

University College London has today welcomed 17 new students to its Australia campus in Adelaide. 

UCL hosts a Postgraduate Open Day in London

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UCL Postgraduate Open Day 2014

9 January 2014

Come and meet UCL Australia academic staff and currently enrolled students at the UCL Postgraduate Open Day (Engineering, Mathematics & Physical Sciences) 2014.

Why do we value gold?

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By Justin Rowlatt
Presenter, Business Daily, BBC World Service

Mankind's attitude to gold is bizarre. Chemically, it is uninteresting - it barely reacts with any other element. Yet, of all the 118 elements in the periodic table, gold is the one we humans have always tended to choose to use as currency. Why?

Graduates at the forefront of industry

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11 December 2013

The future leaders of the energy and resources sectors have today graduated from University College London’s (UCL) Australian campus in Adelaide.

Inaugural UCL Research Tasting Night a great success!

Publication date:

11 December 2013

Shale gas, uranium fuel leasing and gaining social licences to operate were among the issues discussed during a new ‘Research Tasting Night’ at University College London’s Australia campus in Adelaide on December 10.

UCL Australia PhD presents at MODSIM 2013

Publication date:

6 December, 2013

“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.” -   Thomas Fuller

University College London's submission to TEQSA Reform and Continuous Improvement process

Publication date:

4 December 2013

University College London (UCL) has provided a submission to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) Reform and Continuous Improvement process.

University College London’s 3rd Australian Graduation coming soon

Publication date:

29 November 2013

The future leaders of the energy and resources sectors will be graduating from University College London’s (UCL) Australian campus in Adelaide on 11 December. 

A taste of what is going on at UCL

Publication date:

27 November 2013

Shale gas, uranium fuel leasing and gaining social licences to operate will be among the issues discussed during a new ‘Research Tasting Night’ at University College London’s Australia campus in Adelaide on December 10.

Petroleum companies should see CO2 as a valuable resource, UCL expert says

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22 November 2013

Australian petroleum companies should see CO2 as a valuable resource that could help them diversify their business models, according to a University College London carbon expert.

Santos CEO David Knox discusses the future of gas at UCL Australia

Publication date:

5 November 2013

Santos is operating closer to communities than ever before and continues to adapt its procedures to ensure it delivers on its social responsibilities, chief executive David Knox told a lecture at UCL Australia yesterday.  

'Australia should lease US nuclear-powered subs', American conference told

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4 November 2013

The new Australian Government should consider nuclear power for its future submarines, an Adelaide-based researcher will tell a major US conference this morning.

GREEN PAPER: Shale gas in Australia: The policy options

Publication date:

24 October 2013 

UCL today released its latest green paper, Shale Gas in Australia: the Policy Options, which examines in detail for the first time the reasons behind the US shale gas boom and asks the question: ‘If Australia wants its own shale gas revolution, what needs to happen?’

Meet a UCL representative in China

Publication date:

18 October 2013

UCL Australia will be visiting China, part of 2013 International Graduate Scholarship Fair run by the China Scholarship Council. Meet our representative in Beijing, Harbin and Shanghai to discuss postgraduate study options in Energy and Resources.

UCL Australia PhD presents at All-Energy Australia Conference

Publication date:

10 October 2013

Carmen Wouters, a PhD student at University College London, Australia, presented at All-Energy Australia 2013 Conference earlier today on:

UCL Australia will be visiting Perth and Brisbane

Publication date:

2 September 2013

Meet face-to-face with University College London, Australia staff at the MBA and Postgrad Studies Expo in Brisbane and Perth to discuss postgraduate study options. 

MSSL part of Australia’s Space and Spatial Innovation Partnership

Publication date:

30 August 2013 

The Australian Government has announced the establishment of a Space and Spatial Industry Innovation Partnership with its headquarters at Mount Stromlo ACT and with locations in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

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