Gas

African Review, Design, Gas, Innovation, Oil, Oil Review Africa, Shipping, Transport

Drivers for tanker design

Nicholas Newman Oil Review Africa – October – Issue 5 – 2015. Around 90 per cent of the world’s trade in goods, is carried by sea. According to Shipping Intelligence Weekly , there were approximately 58,000 cargo carrying ships operating in June 2012. It has been calculated that maritime shipping […]

Africa, Asia, Australia, Britain, Caribbean, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Europe, Gas, North America, Northern Europe, South America, South East Asia, South East Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe

Power Generation Portfolio

What if nuclear becomes as cheap as gas power generation by 2050? Over the past few decades we have heard the promise that nuclear power will become so cheap, it will be not worth metering.  http://issuu.com/heditionmagazine/docs/h_edition_issue_11_page_plan_digi__/13?e=13703612/12339987 Could you cut your business electricity costs with DECC’s Electricity Demand Reduction Pilot? DECC’s […]

Energy Policy, Gas, North America, Pipelines, South America

Mexico and Brazil drive new pipeline projects

Nicholas Newman November 2014 Pipeline Coating Magazine Latin America holds a vast treasure house of natural gas and oil resources. What it does not have is the necessary continent spanning pipeline infrastructure to exploit it resources easily and cheaply, that North America has. Pipeline construction in this region is driven by […]

Africa, Country Reports, Gas, Oil Review Africa

South Africa’s Gas Prospects

Nicholas Newman Oil Review Africa November 2014 Driven by the recent gas discoveries in Namibia, Mozambique and Tanzania, major energy companies have turned their sights on South Africa. Modern seismic technology has indicated  South African  holdings of 390 tcf of technically recoverable shale gas reserves located in the Karoo basin […]

Energy Policy, Energy Security, Europe, Gas, Power

The decline in gas demand – a European problem?

20 November 2014 by Nicholas Newman European Energy Review  Ever since the global financial crisis and the onset of recession the demand for gas in Europe – particularly from the power generation sector – has steadily declined. In 2010 gas consumption in the EU and Switzerland was equivalent to 522 […]