Motoring

Climate Change Ecology Environment Global Warming
Eniday, Environment, Fusion, Gas, Geoscience, Innovation, Investment, Liquid Natural Gas, Motoring, Power Grid, Renewables

Saving the planet is like picking fruit

Saving the planet is a bit like picking fruit off a tree: it gets harder the farther up you climb…

Gas, Innovation, Liquid Natural Gas, Motoring

Small scale LNG

LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) prices have dropped dramatically as market demand has failed to keep up with large scale developments in Australia, Papua New Guinea and a surge of US shale gas. Supplies of LNG are on course to increase by 50 percent between 2014 and 2021 putting further downward […]

Energy, Engineers, Eniday, Europe, Motoring, Northern Europe, Renewables, Technology

Is Norway’s oil wealth stifling innovation?

Nicholas Newman Eniday July 2017 Norway is the world’s third-largest natural gas exporter, eighth largest exporter of crude and Europe’s largest petroleum liquids producer. Oil and gas have made the 5.3 million citizens of Norway part of one of the wealthiest countries on earth, with a gross domestic product reaching […]

Africa, African Review, African Review of Business and Technology, Motoring, South Africa

How tough is off road transport?

Nicholas Newman African Review July 2016 Across Africa, we are seeing more and more people seeing off road pickup trucks as the solution to their problems of delivering goods and materials. For Africa, such vehicles have to be tough to meet conditions where there is little-developed road to networks outside […]

Johannesburg, South Africa
Africa, Energy, Motoring, Technology, Transport

Alternative fuels for african motorists

 Africa, with 16% of the world’s population and rapid economic development relies on cars, trucks, vans and buses to keep people and goods moving. Sales of new buses, trucks and light vehicles in Africa reached nearly three-quarters of a million in 2014. The transport sector here, as elsewhere, predominantly relies on […]