Tag: Europe

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 […]

Europe, Flame Conference, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, North America, Northern Europe, Pipelines

Gas brings bargain opportunities

Nicholas Newman February 2017 The advent of rising gas supplies has allowed the US and Mexico, in particular, to raise gas consumption and cut their greenhouse gas emissions. In Europe, where energy security and renewables enjoy priority, gas has always been important. In all three markets, emissions are lower. This […]

business energy management, Energy Management, Engineers, Gas, Northern Europe, Power

French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron launches GE 9HA gas turbine

Nicholas Newman Belfort – 28 May 2015-French economy minister Emmanuel Macron came to the launch of GE’S latest gas turbine, the GE 9HA gas turbine at its Belfort complex in South-Eastern France near the Swiss border. He said about the 9HA launch, “It is a great day for French industrial […]

Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Europe, Fusion, Gas, National Grid, Northern Europe, Nuclear, Power, Power Grid, Renewables, Western Europe

What if nuclear power becomes as cheap as gas generation by 2050?

By Nicholas Newman https://www.nicnewmanoxford.com/ Over the past few decades we have heard the promise that nuclear power will become so cheap, it will be not worth metering. The trouble is, although the operational costs are competitive, the capital costs of nuclear power, remain eye wateringly expensive! In addition, despite the […]

Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Exploration and Production, Gas

Energy Industry Predictions for 2015

By Nicholas Newman Despite the prospects for some in the industry looking bleak, 2015 for consumers is likely to be a good year, which should aid Europe and North America in its recovery. Reductions in energy costs in 2015 are likely to encourage new investment and jobs in OECD countries, […]