EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO)
The following is the February 2017 instalment of the monthly forecast provided by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Demand Dictates Infrastructure
India was the third-largest energy consumer in the world after China and the United States in 2013, and despite having notable fossil fuel resources, the country has become increasingly dependent on energy imports.
TAPI – Finance and FEED in Place
Work on the long-awaited Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline kicked off in Pakistan in March after an agreement had been signed with the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) for acquiring financing for the project.
Pipelines in the Pipeline
This article, an excerpt from Digital Future of Oil & Gas & Energy by GE Oil & Gas, provides an insight into the digitalisation of the oil and gas industry.
Best Practice in Calibration of Gas Meters Saves Cost
Fiscal metering of gas needs to ensure traceability to international standards. It must also reduce errors to levels that meet contractual or legal obligations, and which can be justified on technical and economic grounds.
Laying the Foundation
Pipe laying supply vessels are used to build subsea infrastructure. These vessels use dynamic positioning systems to maintain the correct position and speed while laying pipe. For different ocean depth scenarios, the material of construction of pipeline vessels are different.