New Frontiers & Investment Opportunities

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  • Contributed by: Erik Mouillé, Chief Executive Officer, Naoden
For decades, energy systems have been mainly focused on major plants and intensive distribution networks.
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  • Contributed by: Giles Farrer, Research Director for Global Gas and LNG Supply, Wood Mackenzie
New LNG supply needs to be developed… fast. But which projects are best placed to proceed? There's a lot of competition out there as the number of proposed projects outweighs demand.
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  • Interview with Dr Carole Nakhle, Chief Executive Officer, Crystol Energy
As the gas industry continues to be exposed to new market dynamics and innovations, energy players are also experiencing development within the workforce.
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  • Contributed by: Emma Wild, Partner, Head of Upstream Oil and Gas, KPMG
When people learn that I am an engineer working in the energy industry, I am generally asked one of two questions:  “Are there many women doing what you do?” or ”Why is petrol so expensive?” Sometimes I am asked: “What made you decide you wanted to do
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  • Interview with Catherine Halpin, Chief Executive Officer, The Quad Business Towers
As we witness the energy market grow and evolve to meet the increased supply and demand, we are also experiencing another change; increased diversity in the workforce.
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  • Contributed by: Juan Carbayo, Business Development Manager, Cepsa
Inter-connected and fast-changing gas markets are providing challenges that require a steady supply of recruits motivated by the potential to have an international, and dynamic career.
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  • Interview with Hieu Le, Naval Architect, London Offshore Consultants
With continued growth in the global market and a surge in investment, the future looks bright for the gas, LNG and energy industry making it an opportune time for graduates to start their career in energy.
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  • Interview with Christopher Caswell, Director LNG and FLNG, KBR
Over the last decade, there has been a large increase in the number of emerging markets now importing LNG going from 7 countries in 2010 to 17 in 2017.
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  • Contributed by: Tamer Badwy, Contracts & Procurement Manager, BP Egypt
Egypt has the strategic vision to be a key player in the global gas industry during the next five years either on production or operation or trading levels.
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  • Interview with Masao Ishikawa, Senior Vice President, Division Director of Technology & Engineering Division, Chiyoda Corporation
Being in the top three of the world’s biggest LNG buyers, Japan is at the forefront of market developments and updates which shape the global gas industry.
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The gas-to-liquids (GTL) industry has welcomed the news that Shell continues to seek opportunities to develop new GTL projects – despite having walked away from a proposed development in the US state of Louisiana.
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SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL: Over the past couple of decades, natural gas (NG) has become a fuel of choice for power generation. One way of increasing the availability of NG is through the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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The long-running stand-off on LNG pricing between big Asian buyers and their existing and potential suppliers has gone beyond being just a war of words.
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Asian price premium on gas and LNG supplies affects regional demand, Gastech 2014 is told Oil indexation price mechanism and destination contract clauses should be re-examined
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The potential for floating liquefaction facilities to reduce the cost of new supply projects – or at least to make costs more controllable and predictable – appears to be rapidly gaining acceptance amongst the sponsors of major new gas developm
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  • Contributed by: Steve Robertson, Director, HQ & Research Centre, Douglas Westwood
Steve Robertson, Director, Douglas Westwood ltd, talks about FLNG at the COTEs exhibition seminars at Gastech 2012.
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Kitimat LNG – the first project to secure an approval from the National Energy Board (NEB) to export LNG from the western Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) – has chalked up another first.
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With British Columbia’s provincial government having promised to settle the fiscal framework for the nascent LNG industry this autumn – and by the end of November at the latest – Canada’s LNG projects, most of which would be located in BC, are entering
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  • Contributed by: Leyre de Adrian, Global LNG Origination and Operations Director, Naturgy
We are in a critical transition period where global energy demand is growing fast, and the world is moving towards cleaner energy sources.