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.
For coal-producing countries like Poland, America, Germany and China, phasing out coal and transitioning to cleaner technologies bring fears of job losses and social consequences. However, recent experience belies that belief; the adoption of renewable energy has brought new jobs with better pay and conditions.
Here below are a list of some of my commissions and consultations I have carried out and completed for various business clients both in the corporate and media sectors in the Month of February 2019. Afrelec The future of Eskom The debate is on about the future of Eskom and […]
On 7th February 2019 OFGEM announced that it would be raising the energy price-cap from £1,137 to £1,254 for customers on default tariffs and from £1,137 to £1,142 for customers on prepayment meters. The new cap limits will come into effect on April 1st, This news means that some 15 […]
Latest infographic, text researched and created by me,whilst design of graphic by member of Eniday team. Energy, in this period, is facing a crucial transition phase for the near future. The African continent, the cradle of humanity, will not stand still; in order to guarantee the growth of its states, […]