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11 Mar 2015  |  Global
China is the Key Driver of the Nuclear Market; However, South Asia and the Middle East Hold Significant Potential
The nuclear industry has weathered the fallout of the Fukushima accident, with Japan expected to re-start reactors in 2015. Other countries will continue to pursue their investment plans. High capital costs, lingering safety concerns, and the trend toward de-centralized energy have limited nuclear power's potential in Europe and North America. Chin...
29 May 2015  |  Global
Enabling Break Through Technology for Cost Effective and Safe Drilling
As oil and gas companies move to more unpredictable and complex offshore drilling environments, a focus is given on safety and creating a risk-free environment. Offshore drilling possesses hazards like kick, loss circulation, and sticking of pipe due to differential pressure, which can lead to pipe twisting. These can have a significant impact on n...
20 Mar 2015  |  Global
Investments in Distributed Renewable Generation will Power a Prosumer-driven Energy Model
Prosumers (customers who both produce and consume energy) are on the rise globally, as investment in renewables and distributed generation technologies increase. Enabled by smart energy management solutions, smart grids, energy storage solutions, and supportive legislation, the next 5 years will see strong growth in related markets, as well as disr...
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 ...