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  • Liquefied Natural Gas Case Analysis

    As of 2013, various Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) companies have applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to establish an LNG refinery and export center in Brownsville, Texas. Throughout the process, several citizens – as well as business entities and city councils, have voiced their opposition or support of the facility. Statement of the Problem Inadequate representation The FERC is responsible for providing public hearing meeting for each new facility application received, of which 10 different LNG companies applied to build a distribution center in Brownsville, TX. However, the FERC did not hold a meeting for each application, but rather grouped the sessions into three meetings spread across various locations. As a result,…

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  • Advantages Of Japanese International Expansion Strategy

    company’s operations relevant to this export expansion 6 Productivity improvements to be gained by this export market expansion project 7 Expansion Strategy 8 Introduction 8 Joint-venture/Agency/Sole proprietary 9 Production/service 9 Land/Buildings 10 Machinery/Vehicles 10 Labor 11 Materials 11 Shipping/Warehousing/Air-travel 11 Marketing 12 Pricing 12 Promotion 13 FACILITY LOCATION ISSUES 13 An explanation of how three quantitative techniques learned in this unit…

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  • SAIT: Legal Case Study

    During the past few years the Canadian government has been providing less and less financial aid within the higher education sector. In order for Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) to make up for the short fall there has been a major focus to build up the earned revenue business with an emphasis on the corporate world both domestically and internationally. At SAIT a tailored program for corporate clients has been a primary selling point. Due to the fact that the earned revenue…

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  • Methane Gas Research Paper

    Methane gas has numerous uses in its natural gaseous form. It is one of the best fuel sources and due to its abundance it has promising benefits as compared to the oil gases whose prevalence is limited making them more expensive. However, a major hiccup exists in its storage and transportation since the most conveniently used form is its liquefied form. This issue has for limited the volumes transported for the long time since the liquid occupies much more space as it could in a powder form. In…

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  • Fossil Fuels Impact

    not know what fossil fuels are they are formed by natural processes. They are hydrocarbons generally coal, fuel oil which come from dead organisms like plants and animals. These fuels became well recognized and in use following the 18th century’s industrial revolution. Since then we’ve seen the fossil fuels used more and more. Fossil fuels are classified as organic matter. The utilization of such fuels has allowed large scale industrial development and largely supplanted water driven mills.…

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  • SWOT Analysis Of Exxonmoil

    variables such as: opportunities and threats. ExxonMobil is the strongest standing Gas and Oil Company. The corporation has grown to become one of the highest-ranking within the industry. XOM has proven to value research & development (R&D). The company takes pride in their operational management system as well as their employees. They have strengthened their name and certified their position through R&D investments to capitalize on new technologies to come. Not only that, but they have also…

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  • Natural Gas Essay

    • Use of proper biodiesel blend in the engine approved by many automakers • Fuel economy and power of biofuel is less • Currently more costly • B100 is not use in low temperatures due to converting gel Natural Gas: natural gas like methane is cleanest burning alternative fuels. It can be used in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG). Application of CNG and LPG are automobile and cooking. Dedicated natural gas vehicles are designed to run on natural gas only,…

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  • Natural Gas Resources In Mozambique

    developing, resource-rich country found on the Eastern coast of Africa. Due to new and promising discoveries of natural gas sites along its coast, Mozambique has become the third largest proved natural gas reserves site in Africa, placing shortly after Nigeria and Algeria. Though the developing country only produces a relatively small volume of natural gas, around 154 billion cubic feet of natural gas as of 2012, it could become the world 's third largest exporter of liquefied natural gas within…

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  • Gazpcom Case Study Solution

    2.1. Diversification Strategy Gazprom has been established in 1989, having a long tradition, natural resources, and experience lead Gazprom to the position of being the largest natural gas explorer in the world and one of the largest companies in the world. Gazprom’s position of being the leader among global energy companies is achieved through their strategic objective by securing reliable supplies, implementing sales markets diversification, scientific and technological…

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  • Company Shell Case Study

    active in getting petroleum and natural gas from this region. Due to technological innovations in the industry, the political developments in these countries surrounding Southeast Asia and the arising of Japan as a hotspot for petroleum trade operations led that nowadays Southeast Asia has become the most active area of offshore exploration in the world (Wikipedia 2014). Nowadays in the Southeast Asian area the daily production of oil is at least 1.3 Million barrels and the production per year…

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