30 Giugno 2023

5 spunti per approfondire (26/2023)


La rubrica settimanale con i consigli di lettura di RivistaEnergia.it, dall’Europa e dal mondo. Forse non le notizie più eclatanti, ma proprio per questo interessanti da approfondire. Settimana 26/2023

“We don’t know how the drama that weakened Putin will play out in the coming days, weeks and months — but I’m certain of one thing: The Russian leader made OPEC stronger than ever. Remove him, and Saudi Arabia and the rest of the cartel would have a problem. And what the chaos showed Russians, and the oil market, is that they ought to start contemplating a Russia without Putin.”

Kremlinology, Oil Traders and the Future of OPEC+
Articolo – Bloomberg

“Australia’s sole newbuild liquefaction proposal has now penned offtake memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with BP and Shell, giving a boost to the long-stalled LNG buildout prospects Down Under. Tamboran Resources proposed this month its 6.6 million ton per year Northern Territory LNG (NTLNG) export project in the Middle Arm Sustainable Development Precinct, an industrial area that is already home to the Ichthys and Darwin LNG export facilities. The project, Australia’s 11th liquefaction plant, would bring the country’s nameplate liquefaction capacity from 87.8 million tons/yr to 97.1 million-99.6 million tons/yr, depending on North West Shelf capacity.”

BP, Shell Line Up LNG Offtake at Proposed Aussie Export Project

Articolo – Energy Intelligence

“Repsol and Venture Global LNG are at it again. More than a month after Repsol failed to win a federal intervention in its quest to pry liquefied natural gas from Venture Global LNG, the Spanish energy firm is again trying to persuade the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to step into its escalating bout over contractually bound LNG shipments.”

Legal fight continues between Venture Global LNG, Repsol over LNG shipments
Articolo – The Acadiana Advocate

“Nigeria’s oil and gas industry, the source of much of the country’s foreign receipts and more than half of government revenues, is in bad shape. Although figures released by Nigeria’s national statistics bureau show $45.6bn in revenue last year, a 46 per cent rise on 2021 levels, those numbers hide an uncomfortable truth: oil production in Nigeria has been falling steadily over the past few years.

Nigeria’s oil and gas industry fails to cash in on global energy hunger
Articolo – Financial Times

“This study explores Somalia’s energy profile and the potential for harnessing solar energy. The installed photovoltaic capacity was found to be 41 MW and contributed 11.9% of the total electricity generation. A case study on a solar power microgrid system in Bacadweyene, Somalia, is also presented. The research provides valuable information on the status of the utilization and potential of solar energy in Somalia and aligns with the NDP 9th. The results can serve as a scientific framework for companies and researchers to seek feasible strategies for future investment in solar energy applications in Somalia.”

The utilization and potential of solar energy in Somalia: Current state and prospects
Ricerca – Energy Strategy Reviews

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