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Selected highlights from the January 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 2 months ago (2019-01-03)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the January 2019 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Fuel Watch: Asian LNG demand set to boom, as US exporters gear up

The action taken by Asian buyers will be instrumental in ensuring that the next generation of LNG supply is brought to market, and a considerable amount of that next generation capacity will come from the US.

Industry Perspective: Understanding the invisibles

As the face of the energy sector continues to change, TEI Times caught up with Edison Electric Institute’s Dr Lawrence E. Jones while he was in London to participate in the Transatlantic Dialogue on Cyber Security Strategy and Preparedness co-organised by EEI and UK Power Networks. We discussed his views on some of the industry’s challenges and key issues that will shape it as it moves forward.

Energy Outlook: Creating a winning hand

Micro- and mini-grids based on renewables are seen as the route to electrifying regions like Africa, where many people have no access to electricity. This thinking has led several reciprocating engine manufacturers to tie-up with energy storage providers aimed at delivering hybrid solutions for remote sites and rural communities.

Technology: Changing the game with ammonia-based fuel cells

A new fuel cell that uses ammonia to generate the hydrogen needed for fuel will be commercially available this year. TEI Times discusses the potential impacts of its introduction.

Final Word: Poles apart

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