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The Ties that Bind Us... Renewable Energy and the Mining Industry.

by Steven Randall

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Many years ago the author Lewis Carroll penned a poem as part of his book "Alice through the Looking Glass" and part of it went like this.... "..the time has come the Walrus said, to speak of many things - of shoes - and ships - and sealing wax- of cabbages and kings.." You may...

Putting Your World in Context - for Free.

by Steven Randall

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Here at Business Maps Australia, part of our work involves a considerable amount of research to aquire data for the construction of different maps and packages for clients across a wide range of industries. Our sources include a wealth of company websites, key industry online forums, and high quality news outlets such as the Australian...

LNG at Sea - The New Driver in Maritime Transport.

by Steven Randall

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A few days ago I posted an article titled Clean Energy and Our Shipping industry, outlining some of the large challenges facing the Global shipping industry as it attempts to shift into a cleaner fuel consumption status. I also stated that we would be publishing a regular stream of articles detailing current happenings and developments as...

Australia's Connection to the Sea

by Steven Randall

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From the very beginning Australia has had a vital and ongoing connection with the sea. It brought the first colonists here in 1788; carried our first exports of wool back to Mother England.. and continues to this day bringing new " colonists" looking for a better life. As a modern country trading in the twenty first century, we...

Clean Energy and Our Shipping Industry

by Steven Randall

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I have made the following comment many times in this forum; that we cannot transition too rapidly from our current fossil fuel power base to a clean energy set up, because there are a multitude of social and economic issues to be handled, and preferably without " blowing up the world " in one go.   Well,...

Renewable Energy - Shedding Light on the World.

by Steven Randall

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The simple task of changing a light bulb in my office last week (followed by two more in quick succession thanks to cheap bulbs) reminded me of some material I read recently concerning the task of creating Light ... ...in our modern environment.     It's a simple, almost automatic thing for us, but not so...

Wave Energy in the Southern Ocean

by Steven Randall

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The Southern Ocean has some of the most violent weather on the planet, with storms bringing weather up from the sub Antarctic regions to batter the southern coasts of Australia. These storms come ashore on the southern coast of Western Australia, with seas often around 6 to 10 meters high, and can do heavy damage...

L.N.G. - The New Environmental Fuel.

by Steven Randall

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 Over the past few years some people in the Environmental lobby have questioned the  efforts of many large companies when it comes to seeking real changes to, and improvements in the area of Carbon reduction and climate change. Last year at the major LNG 18 Gas Conference held in Perth, Woodside Energy announced a whole...

The Australian Summer - Could be Electrifying.

by Steven Randall

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 Everyone in Australia and in many other places know of our beautiful summers and the stunning sunshine and beaches we enjoy.     But, in researching the data for the Renewable Energy Projects map, we discovered that Australia actually has one of the highest land surface radiation levels in the world.  This makes it an...

Trade Series - World Shipping Routes and Key Ports.

by Steven Randall

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 This custom built world map is possibly unique, in that it combines the following key features all in one publication: Fully featured full colour political world map with all national political boundaries. All National capitals, and key towns. 130 key ports globally. Ports are highlighted and colour coded to four key commodities:Iron Ore / Coal...