Month: September 2017

Energy, Gas, Innovation, Liquid Natural Gas, Oil

Future Oil & Gas | Exploring disruption and innovation

Yesterday I participated in the Future Oil & Gas 2017 in London at the Strand Palace Hotel London. Here I met some interesting people including: Cédric Morel, Managing Director, Sensile Technologies SA Dave Fitch, Head of Operations, The Data Lab Julian Pickering, CEO, Geologix Systems Integrations Michael Jones, Sr Director Strategy […]

Energy, Eniday, Environment, Research and development, Technology

How air conditioning changed the world

Nicholas Newman Eniday September 2017 Keeping cool in the heat of summer has been a challenge since ancient times. In fact, air conditioning in buildings is not a new idea… There are records of ancient Romans making efforts to keep themselves cool in the heat of summer. In fact, the third century Roman Emperor Elagabalus sent […]

Energy Trading, Europe, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, National Grid, Pipelines, Pipelines Gas Journal

Turkey’s Gas Pipelines at Major Crossroad

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal September 2017 Turkey’s close proximity to over 75% of the world’s proven oil and gas reserves makes it a vital conduit for piped oil and gas from Russia, central Asia and the Middle East to European countries. Oil and gas from Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq and […]

Energy, Europe, Flame Conference, Gas, Innovation, Investment, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipelines

How gas is adapting to markets and technologies

Nicholas Newman Flame September 2017 The last decade has seen dramatic changes in the global gas market, because of the arrival of new supplies, challenges, and technological solutions. For instance, the global gas glut has encouraged new opportunities to occur in the transport, petrochemical and power generation sectors. In addition, […]

Energy, Energy Policy, Energy Trading, Gas, Middle East, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Natural Gas Putting Israel and Egypt on Energy Leader Board

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal August 2017 Israeli Pipeline Prospects Politically, Economically Complex Israel’s desire for increased energy security, alongside the opportunity of importing natural gas through the planned Arish-Ashkelon gas-pipeline in the 1990s, encouraged the adoption of that fuel. Between 2008 and 2012, the Arish-Ashkelon pipeline brought Egyptian gas […]