Monthly Archives: March 2017

Researchers Refines Filters for Greener Natural Gas

Natural gas producers are set to draw methane from a well and sequester the carbon dioxide with the use of filters that optimise either the carbon capture or methane flow. Continue reading

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How Australia is Facing a Riveting Scenario Over Natural Gas

Australia is gifted with natural gas, but is the supply benefiting its ordinary citizens Australia is facing a gas shortage scenario, exposing how it has cut itself a raw deal with its own precious natural gas resource. Continue reading






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LNG at the Vanguard of Japan’s Energy Future

Mitsui & Co., business developer & a general trading company, and one of Japan’s largest companies underscored the importance of a stable liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply in the context of fulfilling future energy demand in Japan. Continue reading






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Global Liquefied Natural Gas Demand to Grow 4-5% by 2030

A global projection for liquefied natural gas (LNG) hints at a rise by 4%-5% between 2015 and 2030. This was stated in the first LNG Outlook by Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company, Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is headquartered in the Netherlands. Continue reading






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India Can be a Larger Producer of Natural Gas by 2022

India has the potential and is poised to be a much larger producer and consumer of natural gas by 2022, as per a report released by the US Congress. Continue reading






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