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Cal on September 5th, 2017

By 2050, the world’s population is expected to reach 9.1 billion. Russia is moving to gain a bigger role in the world liquefied natural gas (LNG) market with the opening of a new facility on the Yamal Peninsula in the Kara Sea. Currently, Russian LNG is produced from a facility on the Far East island […]

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Cal on August 28th, 2017

Energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie says that until 2035 crude oil will remain the most high-demand fuel source in the world, closely followed by coal and natural gas. Nuclear power, meanwhile, will remain a key mid-level energy source.  Growing industrial demand from the Asia-Pacific region is likely to see oil sustained as the top energy source. China’s total […]

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Cal on August 25th, 2017

China is in the middle of an ambitious nuclear program that could bring its total nuclear electric generating capacity to as much as 200 gigawatts by 2030. Oil and gas giant, Royal Dutch Shell, is going to sell electricity directly to industrial customers in the UK starting next year. This is the first oil company to enter into […]

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Cal on August 19th, 2017

The US Energy Information Administration projects that, based on current construction plans, by 2020 the US will have the third-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) export capacity in the world after Australia and Qatar. China is expected to become the leading importer of LNG, consuming about 40% of world supply. Natural gas liquids are sought by the steel, chemical […]

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Cal on August 16th, 2017

Don Walker, CEO of auto parts manufacturer Magna International, takes issue with all the projections for a rapidly evolving electric car world over the next decade. Some forecast that EVs could grow to as much as 25% of the global market by 2025. He warned that the number will be dramatically lower. EVs, he predicted, […]

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Cal on August 13th, 2017

A review of trends in the electric vehicle market from the International Monetary Fund found that, in the four years ending in 2015, the pace of growth in EV sales was 120%. Using the transition in the 20th century from horse-drawn carriages to fuel-powered vehicles as a benchmark to measure progress, the report found that […]

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Cal on August 7th, 2017

The world’s first self-driving ship will sail next year. A Norwegian container ship, the Yara Birkeland, will be the world’s first electric, autonomous, zero-emissions ship. With a capacity of up to 150 shipping containers, the battery-powered ship is expected to mark the beginning of a transformation of the global shipping industry. The ship is small compared to modern standards […]

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Cal on August 2nd, 2017

World crude oil consumption could peak as early as the end of the next decade as electric vehicles become more popular, according to Royal Dutch Shell’s CEO.  Yet crude oil will still be needed for decades to come as it is likely to remain the main transportation fuel for planes, ships and heavy trucks. US crude […]

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