Pipeline Gas Journal

Power plant in Africa
Africa, Energy, Gas, Nigeria, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Power, South Africa

Pipelines Emerging in Africa’s Quest for Gas Power

Despite the many advances in the electrification of Africa, much of the continent has yet to be connected to the grid or have access to reliable and affordable power supplies. According to World Bank figures, Africa’s electrification rate is just 42%.

Jan Kiepura opera festival in Krynica, Poland
Energy, Engineers, Eniday, Europe, Oxfordprospect, Pipeline Gas Journal, Technology, Transport, Travel

Work completed in August 2019

This is a brief list of some of the work completed for various clients in a variety of formats, during the past month. Contact me at info@nicnewmanoxford.com Engineering Pro Why Big oil is buying into clean energy The writing is on the wall for fossil fuels. In response, Europe’s big […]

POMPEII EXHIBITION
Africa, Business, construction, Energy, Engineering and Technology, Eniday, Europe, Gas, Gulf States, Innovation, North America, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal, Renewables, Rigzone, Solar power, South Africa, Technology, Western Europe, Wind Power

Work completed in July 2019

This is a brief list of some of the work completed for various clients in a variety of formats, during the past month. In July I covered a wide range of topics including developments in the oil and gas business, maritime sector including use of hydrojets, global environment, power generation including renewables, the application of industrial internet of things, constuction challenges and bunkering logistics. In addition, I visited and reviewed the current exhibition at Oxford’s Ashmoleum Museum. Plus produced a briefing on Italian utility Enel. Contact me to find out more info@nicnewmaoxford.com

Business, construction, Energy, Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Is North America Facing a Pipeline Bubble?

With gas having overtaken coal in the power segment, along with burgeoning supplies of oil, producers need new pipelines to carry the growing surplus to the coast for export to markets in Asia, Europe and Mexico. In this scenario, oil and gas producers, pipeline investors and operators are confident North America can rely on growing demand from Asian markets in the coming years.

Gas, Oil, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Major Restructuring of Middle East Gas Exports

In sum, for the region’s gas exporters, on the one hand exports of LNG though costlier to transport, offer greater market flexibility and security than piped supplies. For gas importers, if local political tensions are resolved, piped natural gas is a very price competitive solution but LNG could still have a role in topping up supplies.