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Wireless laser charging could redefine lifestyle

Scientists continue to race ahead with inventions and applications at incredible speeds. The application, reach, and impact of their innovations are far-reaching and frightening as well because it either out dates or make existing technology redundant. Continue reading Wireless laser charging could redefine lifestyle

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Tardy progress of reliable energy a cause for alarm

568 million people in Africa have no access to electricity By Sudeep SonawaneJune 10, 2022.Custodians of Sustainable Development Goals [7] last week urged policymakers to safeguard gains and “remain committed to working towards affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for all”.The International Energy Agency [IEA], the International Renewable Energy Agency [IRENA], the United Nations Statistics Division [UNSD], the World Bank, and the World Health Organization [WHO] … Continue reading Tardy progress of reliable energy a cause for alarm

Lahiri had the ability to woo listeners into fantasy world

Senior Session Musician Burjor Lord, standing on Bappi Lahiri’s right, speaks at an awards event after the late composer presented the award he won to him (Lord). By Sudeep SonawaneSurat, March 16, 2022Bappi Lahiri, born Alokesh, 27th November 1952, snatched the attention of Hindi cinema critics and audiences as a composer in 1975 with the film Zakhmee, his ‘first work of fame’. Although he made … Continue reading Lahiri had the ability to woo listeners into fantasy world

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Qatar’s ‘energy sector will be the winner in Russia-Ukraine War’

By Sudeep SonawaneDoha, March 17, 2022The State of Qatar’s energy sector will benefit a lot by the current political uncertainty caused by Russia-Ukraine War, a Doha-based expert on international economics said Wednesday.Speaking at an online event titled ‘Navigating Markets: From interest rates and inflation to big data NFTs, Roblox, and Air Jordans’ hosted by Georgetown University in Qatar’s Director and Chair of International Economics Dr. … Continue reading Qatar’s ‘energy sector will be the winner in Russia-Ukraine War’

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Global gas trade rises record 9pc in 2021

China remains largest buyer of spot and short-term gas with 25pc gross increase By Sudeep SonawaneFebruary 14, 2022The International Energy Agency’s 2022 first quarter report that highlights last year’s results says global gas trade grew by a record 9 per cent in 2021.The agency’s initial estimates indicate the world’s gas business – LNG and long-distance pipeline supplies grew over 85 bcm.The agency’s report gathers data … Continue reading Global gas trade rises record 9pc in 2021

Qatar expands output while the world deals with the end of cheap gas

Demand for natural gas to rise 3.4% every year up to 2035 By Sudeep SonawaneSurat, August 17, 2021Qatar continues to expand its output while the rest of the world deals with the end of affordable natural gas as demand outstrips supply.Data shows supplies will fall short, says a Bloomberg report. “Beyond a massive expansion in Qatar, few new LNG export projects received clearance since the … Continue reading Qatar expands output while the world deals with the end of cheap gas

Ghana’s energy plan aims to ‘become masters of its own destiny’

Seeks $1.7B loan to develop oil and gas assets The PluralistAccra, GhanaAugust 3, 2021Ghana’s plan to buy and develop assets to push its oil and gas exploration gathered momentum last week.The west African country seeks its parliament’s approval to borrow $1.65 billion to achieve this plan.This plan comes two months after Exxon Mobil Corp exited an offshore project.Estimates show Ghana will need around $1.3 billion … Continue reading Ghana’s energy plan aims to ‘become masters of its own destiny’