How Is the World of Energy Changing?
The world is gradually building a different kind of energy system, but cracks are visible in the key pillars of affordability, reliability and sustainability.
Evaluating Hydrogen as An Energy Carrier
A new DNV GL research paper sees decarbonization driving significantly greater use of hydrogen for energy by 2050. It identifies the nations most likely to decarbonize space heating. Industry could need much more hydrogen for feedstock but not for process heating. The paper describes a viable business concept for producing hydrogen offshore from natural gas.
EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO)
The following is the December 2018 instalment of the monthly forecast provided by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Korea Looking Beyond Its Shores
South Korea relies on imports to meet about 98% of its fossil fuel consumption as a result of insufficient domestic resources. The country is one of the world’s leading energy importers.
Hunger for Gas
South Korea is the third–largest importer of liquefied natural gas in the world behind Japan and China.
Bids & Pieces
Scene & Heard
Remote Technology Points to Cost Efficiency and Quality Gains
Proven technology enables live-streaming of inspections and surveys from distant locations.