Pipelines

Shale gas a distant prospect?

Shale gas a distant prospect?

By Nicholas Newman European Energy Review 8 January 2015 In 2013 the US Energy Administration estimated that Europe contained 470 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of potentially recoverable shale gas, equivalent to 80% of US reserves. Given the size of Europe’s potential shale gas reserves and the EU’s declared intent to […]

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OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA LEAN HEAVILY TOWARD EXPORTS

OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA LEAN HEAVILY TOWARD EXPORTS

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal January 2015 – Africa’s importance as a major energy supplier will grow with the development of recently discovered oil and gas fields, most notably in West and East Africa, which will generate 8,558 miles of additional oil and gas pipelines. According to the Organization for […]

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Did you know most African pipelines are built for export?

Did you know most African pipelines are built for export?

  Nicholas Newman 9 December 2014 However, we are beginning to see new trends developing. These are: Development of national domestic networks. In recent years we have seen announcements of plans to construct national networks in Nigeria and South Africa on a similar scale to that of Algeria. The expansion […]

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Mexico and Brazil drive new pipeline projects

Mexico and Brazil drive new pipeline projects

Nicholas Newman November 2014 Pipeline Coating Magazine Latin America holds a vast treasure house of natural gas and oil resources. What it does not have is the necessary continent spanning pipeline infrastructure to exploit it resources easily and cheaply, that North America has. Pipeline construction in this region is driven by […]

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EUROPEAN PIPELINE OUTLOOK 2020 SEEKS DIVERSIFICATION   

EUROPEAN PIPELINE OUTLOOK 2020 SEEKS DIVERSIFICATION  

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Pipeline Gas Journal  | October 2014, Vol. 241, No. 10 . Seen on a map, Europe’s gas pipeline network appears both complex and comprehensive. It would appear to reflect all conceivable supply needs. Yet, in reality, it is an aggregation of a protracted series of […]

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