Liquid Natural Gas

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Preparing Qatar for the 2022 World Cup

The World Cup 2018 is now over and France, inebriated with its recent victory, is still celebrating the success of the “Bleus”. There’s no time to waste though, because preparing for a World Cup is not a piece of cake… In 2022, Qatar is set to host the 22nd FIFA World Cup, one of […]

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bloemfontein, south africa, january 6, 2016: the old power station, train station and taxi rank in bloemfontein, the capital city of the free state province. photo taken from naval hill

Key trends in Africa’s power sector

Africa has always been a land of opportunity, promise and risk for investors; however, many of its economic dreams have been handicapped by the shortage of reliable and affordable energy supplies in many areas, whilst in its rural areas over 600 million people have no access to power supplies. In addition, […]

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Iran’s Future Clearly Points to Gas

With the lessening of U.N. sanctions and expected inflow of foreign capital and technology, it is predicted that gas will be the basis of Iran’s future prosperity and foreign exchange earnings. The country is home to 33.5 Tcf of natural gas, equivalent to 18% of the world’s total gas reserves, […]

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PEAK INTO THE FUTURE Serving the Changing Global Energy Mix

The transition from the fossil fuel age to a low carbon environment is underway and gathering speed under the combined forces of increasingly stringent environmental regulations and technological innovations. In response, oil majors and countries are diversifying into gas as a bridging fuel and renewable energy.  As early as the […]

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Powering up the Mediterranean LNG Market

The introduction of strict new European Union emission legislation is encouraging small Mediterranean island communities to invest in new power plants to accommodate liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other alternative fuels. This feature examines plans by five islands with markedly  small populations to switch to LNG for gas-to-power projects, ship […]

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