Gas

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Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Britain, Gas, Hart Energy, Investment, Oil

Global Deepwater Oil Production To Hit New Record In 2019

The rise in offshore oil and gas production expected in 2019 and beyond is due in part to the coming onstream of new fields aided by technological advances, which have dramatically cut E&P costs.

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Energy, Energy Trading, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Rigzone

LNG Expands Reach Through Virtual Pipelines

There is a growing worldwide opportunity to meet the needs of customers located beyond their country’s gas pipeline grid with virtual pipelines, or regular shipments of LNG or biogas by truck, train, or canal barge.

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Africa, Energy, Gas, Oil, South Africa

Is South Africa Ready For A Gas Boom?

South Africa is a major mining and manufacturing country.

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Africa, Energy, Environment, Gas, National Grid, Nigeria, Power Grid, Renewables

Off-the-grid thinking to end Nigeria’s blackouts

Nigeria is one of Africa’s most developed, resource-rich countries and yet it has notably failed to provide its people with a reliable electricity supply. That is at last beginning to change. Five years after the privatisation of Nigeria’s power sector, even the most luxurious Lagos hotels still suffer daily blackouts. […]

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Gas, North America, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Transport

Compressor Stations Doing the Difficult Work

Compressor stations compress and push gas from the field where it is extracted or from an LNG re-gasification import port, along transmission pipelines, to end customers, such as refineries, power stations or LNG export plants.   Compressors, housed in stations located at 40- to 100-mile intervals along a pipeline, run continuously and allow gas to be rerouted into gas storage areas during periods of low demand. An average station can ship 700 Bcf/d of natural […]