Technology

Afrelec, Africa, Afroil, Energy, Energy Storage, Eniday, Europe, Gas, Journalism, Northern Europe, Oil, Pipelines Gas Journal, Power, Power Grid, Renewables, Technology, Wind Power

Recent work in September

  Here are a few examples describing or introducing some of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of September.   AFRELEC Ghana’s green energy projects await sign-off About 10 percent of electricity production to come from […]

Energy, Eniday, Environment, Research and development, Technology

How air conditioning changed the world

Nicholas Newman Eniday September 2017 Keeping cool in the heat of summer has been a challenge since ancient times. In fact, air conditioning in buildings is not a new idea… There are records of ancient Romans making efforts to keep themselves cool in the heat of summer. In fact, the third century Roman Emperor Elagabalus sent […]

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 […]

Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, North America, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Technology, Trains, Transport

Delivering Gas Off-Grid in North America

July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7 By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Pipeline Gas Journal July 2017 Virtual pipelines are scheduled shipments of natural gas between two points – from A to B – by road, rail or sea without a fixed pipeline. Virtual pipeline operations are usually to be found […]

Africa, Energy, Eniday, Investment, Nigeria, Power Grid, Technology, Trains, Transport

Africa’s trains in the future

Nicholas Newman Eniday July 2017 Today, it is rare to see Africa’s locomotives using coal as a fuel of choice. Instead, it is likely to be diesel or electric engines pulling the continent’s freight and passenger trains. Across Africa, a rail investment boom is taking place, resulting in plans to invest $30 billion on 6,835 […]