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Madagascar plans to be the bunker fuel hub for Indian Ocean shipping.

One thing is clear the oil discovered in Madagascar, makes it an ideal fuel for the oceans ships, and should aid the country in its ambitions to be Africa’s Singapore.

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Africa, Asia, Australia, Britain, Business, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Engineering, Engineers, Environment, Events, Exhibitions, Fusion, Indonesia, Innovation, North America, Northern Europe, Nuclear, Power Grid, Technology

Spring 2020 power sector events

List of some of the global power sector events, trade shows and conferences in the coming months, from March to September worldwide.

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Africa, Asia, Australia, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Power

QATAR’S LNG EXPANSION PLANS IS LIKELY TO BE DELAYED

One thing is clear, the prospect of the Qatari increasing its liquefaction export capacity is likely to be further delayed.

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Africa, Asia, Australia, Britain, Eastern Europe, Energy, Engineering, Environment, Europe, Gas, Investment, Liquid Natural Gas, Power, Power Grid, Technology

The growing use of onsite Gas Generation

Traditionally, when we have talked about onsite power generation, it is usually meant how it applies to various types of renewables technologies, such as wind, solar and energy storage. But in many countries onsite generation is usually dominated by diesel Gensets. But, increasingly we are seeing a growing demand for […]

Africa, Asia, Australia, Britain, Central Asia, Europe, Gas, Gulf States, Liquid Natural Gas, Nigeria, North America, Oil

Global Oil, Gas Discoveries Hit Four-Year High in 2019

With global oil discoveries at some 1.73 trillion barrels, according to BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy [viii] and annual oil production running at 94.7 million barrels per day, the world has enough oil for at least another half century. At the same time new discoveries and new oil producers are further weakening OPEC’s ability to influence the global oil market.[ix]