Transport

Dog. Ilimanaq - Greenland
Energy, Petroleum Review, Shipping, Technology, Transport

Electricity and water don’t mix?

In sum, the electrification of maritime vessels is at the infant industry stage. Because of the current limitations of battery technology, all- electric vessels are limited to short journeys between recharge points. So for operators of long distance voyages, the medium-term future is hybrid where batteries work with fossil fuels. But to reach net zero emissions in thirty years’ time, electrification could well be the answer and this requires further advances in technology.

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 […]

GG5G RoRo vessels
Business, Shipping, Technology, Transport

A LOOK AT THE GRIMALDI GROUP

The Grimaldi Group’s main focus is provision of maritime transport services including rolling cargo and containers between Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Baltic Sea, West Africa and Americas. It also offers passenger services within the Mediterranean and the Baltic Sea.

A view of Southampton Port
Britain, Ports, Shipping, Transport

ABOUT SOUTHAMPTON PORT

As for the future in the many trades that Southampton deals with including deep sea containerships and cruise liners, the vessels are getting bigger as vessel operators seeks to meet increasing demand and cut unit costs. Because of this port operators such as Southampton have to continue to develop and expand port capacity infrastructure to handle such mega vessels.

Europe, Oxfordprospect, Trains, Transport, Travel

HILTON BOURNEMOUTH

This hotel is just 5 minutes from the local rail station with direct trains serving major cities including Southampton, London, Reading, Oxford and Birmingham.