Pipeline Coating Nov 2014

 

Mexico and Brazil drive new pipeline projects

Challenging government policies have held back investment in oil and gas pipelines across Latin America. Nicholas Newman takes a look at how two of the biggest markets – Mexico and Brazil – are faring.

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The decline in gas demand – a European problem?

Ever since the global financial crisis and the onset of recession the demand for gas in Europe – particularly from the power generation sector – has steadily declined. In 2010 gas consumption in the EU and Switzerland was equivalent to 522 billion cubic metres (bcm) but by 2013 demand had dropped to 462 bcm. This fall of 60bcm in gas consumption is roughly equivalent to the annual gas consumption of Italy according to Eurogas 2014. However, gas consumption in 2014 appears to have bottomed out according to Professor Jonathan Stern, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES). Furthermore, he adds, “most forecasts see demand slowly turning round and increasing but it will not get back to 2010 levels until the early or mid (and in some projections late) 2020s.

Source: www.europeanenergyreview.eu

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The decline in gas demand – a European problem?

Ever since the global financial crisis and the onset of recession the demand for gas in Europe – particularly from the power generation sector – has steadily declined. In 2010 gas consumption in the EU and Switzerland was equivalent to 522 billion cubic metres (bcm) but by 2013 demand had dropped to 462 bcm. This fall of 60bcm in gas consumption is roughly equivalent to the annual gas consumption of Italy according to Eurogas 2014. However, gas consumption in 2014 appears to have bottomed out according to Professor Jonathan Stern, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES). Furthermore, he adds, “most forecasts see demand slowly turning round and increasing but it will not get back to 2010 levels until the early or mid (and in some projections late) 2020s.

Source: www.europeanenergyreview.eu

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The decline in gas demand – a European problem?

Ever since the global financial crisis and the onset of recession the demand for gas in Europe – particularly from the power generation sector – has steadily declined. In 2010 gas consumption in the EU and Switzerland was equivalent to 522 billion cubic metres (bcm) but by 2013 demand had dropped to 462 bcm. This fall of 60bcm in gas consumption is roughly equivalent to the annual gas consumption of Italy according to Eurogas 2014. However, gas consumption in 2014 appears to have bottomed out according to Professor Jonathan Stern, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES). Furthermore, he adds, “most forecasts see demand slowly turning round and increasing but it will not get back to 2010 levels until the early or mid (and in some projections late) 2020s.

Source: www.europeanenergyreview.eu

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Kirstie Allsopp starts Blenheim Palace’s Living Crafts for Christmas off in festive style

Queen of all things handmade television presenter Kirstie Allsopp will be spoilt for choice when she films at Living Crafts for Christmas at Blenheim Palace

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Kennington Cerebrates Oxtopia

15 November 2014 – Last night Oxford’s celebrities came together for one of the most important philanthropic events of the year, at Kennington’s annual dinner http://www.oxfordprospect.com/events/kennington-cerebrates-oxtopia/

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