13 Jul 2020  |  Global
Natural Gas commercial vehicle uptake will be hampered by electric and fuel cell proliferation, however it is seen as an alternative to replace diesel/gasoline as a transportation fuel in the short and medium terms
The Global Mediu
USD 4,455.00 save 10 %
14 Mar 2018  |  Africa
Opportunities Arising from LNG Export and Local Gas-to-Power Projects will Fuel Growth
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) offers tremendous potential for exploration, production, and utilisation of natural gas reserves. The region is set to be a hub for natural gas production and export with market potential in Asia-Pacific and Europe. In addition to LNG and pipeline exports, use of gas for power generation and domestic energy demands will dri...
USD 2,250.00 save 25 %
31 May 2017  |  Africa
Up to 37.8 Million Gigajoules of Fuel Can be Converted to Natural Gas from Existing Sources, Bringing the Total Natural Gas Market to 220.9 Million Gi
South Africa’s energy mix is dominated by coal, complemented by renewable and nuclear energy. The government of South Africa has set targets according to the IRP 2010, which forecasts an energy mix containing a greater contribution from renewable energy such as wind, solar, and hydro. This mix also contains a substantial contribution from gas. Th...
30 Nov 2016  |  North America
Proliferation of Natural Gas Fuel in North America Positions MD & HD Truck and Bus Markets for Long-Term Sustainable Growth
Development of the natural gas market across North America is set to grow due to the shale gas revolution, abundance of LNG, and stricter emission and noise regulations expected in the near future. Furthermore, growth of fuelling infrastructure and increased government incentives across major US states will accelerate market growth; however, the l...
USD 3,712.50 save 25 %
23 Sep 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The study highlights the transformation of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the Middle East. As a hub of oil and gas, some Middle Eastern countries are experiencing low production levels of gas. This lack of availability of domestic gas has stimulated LNG imports in some Middle Eastern countries. With new LNG suppliers such as the United S...
28 Apr 2016  |  Global
Mixed Opportunities Across LNG Value Chain, Automation Solution Providers to Elevate Gains by Transitioning into Main Automation and Information Contractors (MAIC)
The emerging needs of new liquefaction projects in North America and Australia and regasification terminals in Asia provide project opportunities that need to be addressed with a converged Information Technology - Operational Technology (IT-OT) solution rather than a traditional automation solution engagement model. This Frost & Sullivan research s...
25 Mar 2016  |  Global
With the growing need for clean fuel alternatives for vehicles, and power plant industries; natural gas is evolving as the best possible alternative and cleaner fuel option for both the industry sectors. Though large scale adoption of natural gas has not yet occurred due to its unavailability in a majority of the market places having power plants b...
19 Nov 2015  |  Global
New Supply Options from the United States and Australia Positioned to Transform Global LNG Landscape
This study highlights the market trends that have triggered global LNG industry growth. Global natural gas demand is likely to increase at a growth rate of 2%, driven by Asia-Pacific with countries such as Japan, China, and India absorbing high volumes of LNG. With the glut of natural gas supply in Australia and recent developments in US shale gas ...
USD 1,837.50 save 25 %
24 Jul 2015  |  Global
Refinery Investing to Increase Plant Efficiency and Reduce Environmental Footprint, Korea’s Natural Gas Liquefaction Plant to Initiate Front-End Engineering Design, - Oil and Gas Technology
This issue profiles a refinery investing to increase plant efficiency and reduce environmental footprint, Korea’s natural gas liquefaction plant to initiate front-end engineering design, and a refinery process technology to boost production volume and allow product flexibility as per market demand.
26 Jun 2015  |  Global
Oil and Gas Technology Alert. Research Collaboration to Discover a Method for Observing FCC Catalyst Behavior at Nano-Scale; Researchers Discover Opportunity to Optimize the Catalytic Reaction of Natural Gas Conversion
This issue profiles a research collaboration to discover a method for observing FCC catalyst behavior at the nano-scale, researchers discovering an opportunity to optimize the catalytic reaction of natural gas conversion, and ecologically safe oil absorption blankets for the off-shore industry.