Monthly Archives: January 2018

The End of Natural Gas, Is It Inevitable?

The year 2017 has seen new heights of the economy, and in the pandemonium, some experts believe that Natural Gas has taken a backseat in the plan for the future. A few experts affirm the possibility of Natural Gas not being a contender, and the repercussions for the economy of many nations and states are evident. Continue reading

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Morocco Set to Launch Tenders for $4.6bn Natural Gas Project

Morocco is reportedly all set to launch tenders for a natural gas project worth US$4.6 billion, according to the country’s Energy Minister, Aziz Rabbah. For a country, which depends on imports for most of its energy needs, the tenders would facilitate in power generation and provide gas to the industry. Continue reading

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U.S. Creates Natural Gas Consumption Record on New Year’s Day

The U.S. chimed in New Year’s Day by creating a fresh natural gas record. And, in between combating bitter cold and contributing to shifting energy trends, the Americans reportedly consumed around 143 cubic feet of gas on January 1, 2018 Continue reading

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