Monthly Archives: May 2016

Floating LNG Terminal in Croatia Can Help Reduce Russia’s LNG dominance in Europe

Croatia has opted to go for an FLNG (Floating LNG) terminal as a better option to start the facility of LNG import over the land-based terminal on KrK Island which is overdue for long now. Continue reading

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Gas Flaring – a Multi-billion Dollar Energy Waste Affecting the World Environment Badly

Nearly 3.5% (140 billion cubic meters of natural gas) of the world’s natural gas supply is wastefully burned. To quantify this in other words – this amount of gas is enough to provide the combined annual natural gas consumption of Germany and France. Continue reading






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Shale Gas – a Blessing in Disguise or Curse to Environment?

Shale gas is a natural gas trapped beneath the earth surface within the shale formation. Shale is a fine-grained sedimentary rock that gets formed from the compaction of fine sand and clay-size mineral particles. Continue reading






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Russian Natural-Gas Project Overcomes Western Sanction Hurdle!

In lieu of the sanctions and further ban by Russia on European food imports, Russia has also sought deals in Asia in recent years to reduce its dependence on the West for financing and sales of oil and gas. Continue reading






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