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Energy shifts to a buyer’s market

Nicholas Newman eniday October 2017 A major shift of power is underway in the world’s oil and gas markets… Until 2008, oil and gas producers were “market makers.” This meant they could fix prices and decide their output’s final destination. Also, until recently, oil and gas companies restricted gas wholesalers from […]

Africa, America, Energy, Eniday, Europe, Gulf States

The challenge of keeping cool

Nicholas Newman Eniday March 2016 In many countries that suffer from hot summers, the need for air-conditioning is a necessity for making life bearable. Traditionally, electrically powered air conditioners have been used. Unfortunately, for power companies, such gadgets are very power hungry. Across the world cities are looking at new solutions, […]

Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Book Review, Britain, Caribbean, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Europe, Gas, Gulf States, Middle East, North America, Pipelines, Power, South Africa, South America, South East Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe

MJM ENERGY LNG Supply Handbook 2015-2035

A book review by Nicholas Newman It would seem that we are in the best of times for LNG trading, there are many exciting LNG projects being completed, constructed or proposed around the world. According to the MJM ENERGY LNG Supply Handbook 2015-2035, that by 2035, twenty-eight counties will be […]

Asia, Central Asia, Gas, Gulf States, Pipelines

Uncertain Prospects for India’s Pipeline Ambitions

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal May 2015 India, the second-most populous country in the world and fourth-largest energy consumer after China, the United States, and Russia, is home to abundant supplies of coal, oil and natural gas. Nevertheless, according to the International Energy Administration, India’s per capita energy consumption remains […]

Africa, Baker Hughes Worldwide Rig Count, Fire Prevention, Gulf States, Health and Safety, Middle East

Using effective HSE Training to mitigate risk

Nicholas Newman Oil Review Africa Issue six 2014 -Drilling for oil and gas, whether onshore or offshore, carries potential considerable risks ranging from   small incidents like pipeline leak, fires, massive explosions leading to loss of life. This record of incidents demonstrates that the industry must always be aware of rig […]