Tag: China

Flame Conference

Day One of the Flame Conference: Region-by-Region

Day one of the Flame conference, on the 15th May 2018, covered a range of topics, including everything from gas production and transport, to delivery of gas and technological improvements, with insights into how gas is traded and paid for. Here is a snapshot of a few of the topics covered. Egypt In […]

Asia, Energy, Energy Storage, Flame Conference, Gas

What next for China’s gas imports?

China’s industrialisation drive has already made it the world’s third largest market for gas after the US and Russia. With consumption reaching 206bcm (billion cubic meters) in 2016, China is on the threshold of “take-off”, with demand expected to rise to 300bcm by 2020 doubling to 600 bcm by 2040 […]

Energy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Gas, Industrial journalism, Lighting, Liquid Natural Gas, Power, Power Grid, Press Release, Renewables, Research and development, Solar power, South East Asia, South East Europe, Technology

Power Generation Technology

Just edited, written and planned content about the global power generation news, developments, issues and events for the winter edition of Cavendish Group business publishing publication Power Generation Technology. Also the first time I have seen my work translated into Chinese. See for more info: CPE44_all (1)

Africa, Central Asia, Energy, Energy Trading, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Middle East, North America, Northern Europe

A round-up of issues debated at the Flame, Europe’s premier gas and LNG conference.

By Nicholas Newman Flame Amsterdam May 2017 For me, there were three key issues covered. The US-China gas deal, the New business model needed and the end of OPEC, and Global LNG prospects. US CHINA DEAL This year’s Flame was animated by the prospect of a trade deal between the […]

Flame Conference, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas

The World Energy Outlook 2017

Nicholas Newman Flame Amsterdam Conference Blog May 2017 “The world is starting to see a slowdown in CO2 emissions” stated Tim Gould of the IEA. “ Part of it is due to governments introducing  energy reforms, and  in part because coal is no longer the lead growth fuel”. A common […]