Pipeline Gas Journal

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Journalism in June

Recent examples of my journalism, editorial, copywriting, writing, research and corporate work for various clients in June. AFROIL Oil, Gas Exploration Activity Picks Up As oil prices improve, we are beginning to see renewed interest in exploration and production in such areas as Morocco, Namibia, West Africa, Equatorial Guinea etc. […]

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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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Recent work in April

Recent examples of my journalism, editorial, copywriting and corporate work for various clients in April Altresco Group Aided in the copy editing of corporate brochure Next step for renewable energy Cavendish Group Power Generation and Technology Planned, organised and delivered editorial content for spring edition of magazine ABB selected for […]

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The Great German Gas Switch-Over

Germany is at the beginning of a 7 billion euro gas infrastructure project to switch 30% of its gas customers from low-calorie Group L to  high calorie Group H natural gas.  For technical reasons, and under weights-and-measures regulations, the two gas qualities have to be transported in separate systems within defined ranges, and customers cannot switch […]

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EU Gas Trading in Transition

 Gas imports of 345 Bcm valued at 17 billion euros were traded across Europe during the first nine months of 2017. Russia remained the E.U.’s top supplier of natural gas, increasing its market share to 44%, followed by Norway at 33%. A new trend is the rise in LNG (Liquid […]

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