Tag: shale gas

Energy, Europe, Flame Conference, Gas, Innovation, Investment, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipelines

How gas is adapting to markets and technologies

Nicholas Newman Flame September 2017 The last decade has seen dramatic changes in the global gas market, because of the arrival of new supplies, challenges, and technological solutions. For instance, the global gas glut has encouraged new opportunities to occur in the transport, petrochemical and power generation sectors. In addition, […]

Energy, Europe, Gas, Oil, Pipeline Coating, Pipelines, Western Europe

Global Shale Set to Take Off?

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Coatings Magazine December 2016 A winning combination of large shale formations, rising oil and gas prices and easy credit laid the foundations of the North American shale energy revolution. Technological innovations in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing and record high Henry Hub natural gas prices during 2005 […]

Energy, Energy Trading, Engineers, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipelines, Shipping, Technology, Trains, Transport

The fuel of future is gas

Nicholas Newman Eniday December 2016 The first liquefied natural gas tanker ship passed through the expanded Panama Canal on July 25, hauling gas from the U.S. Gulf Coast. The shortcut means less time and money spent getting American gas across the Pacific. Natural gas it’s cheap, burns cleaner than other fossil […]

Britain, Energy Policy, Europe, Exploration and Production, Gas, North America, Northern Europe, Pipelines

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 […]

Britain, Energy Policy, Gas

Turning Point, 2015

Nicholas Newman Shale Gas Investment Guide December 2014. The UK is one of the four major European countries in which investors have high expectations that shale gas exploration could be a commercial success by 2020. British-owned   Cuadrilla Resources, an independent pioneer of fracking in the UK, has been joined by […]