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Going green in South East Asia

In 2015, at an Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting, the governments of Southeast Asia announced a series of targets to increase the region’s share of renewables. Nicholas Newman takes a look at the progress made and remaining roadblocks. Member states set a renewables target of 23 percent […]

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Going green in south east Asia

In 2015, at an Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting, the governments of Southeast Asia announced a series of targets to increase the region’s share of renewables… Member states set a renewables target of 23 percent of the region’s fuel mix by 2025. They also agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent […]

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South East Asia’s Pipeline Challenges

South East Asia’s Pipeline Challenges

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal February 2015 – South East Asia is probably one of the most problematic regions of the world in which to build pipelines since the region encompasses active volcanos and thousands of islands. With a large land area of 4.46 million km² and many countries, it […]

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Oxford Corporate Journalism

Oxford Corporate Journalism

Need an Oxford-based corporate journalist? Someone who can provide clear, creative, and commercially focused communication services? You’re in the right place! Contact details: Nicholas Newman: Telephone: +44-(0)1865 762710 Mobile: 0758 0469 514 Skype: oxfordprospect Email: [email protected] LinkedIn What I Do…? I provide essential communication services for: Business-to-Business Business to Trade […]

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Drivers for tanker design

Drivers for tanker design

Nicholas Newman Oil Review Africa – October – Issue 5 – 2015. Around 90 per cent of the world’s trade in goods, is carried by sea. According to Shipping Intelligence Weekly , there were approximately 58,000 cargo carrying ships operating in June 2012. It has been calculated that maritime shipping […]

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