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EngineeringPro’s top 10 articles of 2019

02/01/2020
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The new decade brings with it the promise of new opportunities and ever more advanced engineering projects that will push the limits of humanity's accomplishments to new realms.

From new Oil & Gas prospects led by the implementation of digitalisation and new technologies, to the potential for electric and autonomous vehicles, to the ongoing growth of clean energy systems; there’s plenty to look forward to in the ‘20s, and we at EngineeringPro are excited to continue bringing you the biggest news stories on the latest projects from your industries.

Last year we published over 750 stories and features on EngineeringPro, reaching more readers than ever before. So as we prepare to see what’s in the pipeline for 2020, we thought we’d take a quick look back at the leading articles that captured your attention in the past 12 months. 

These are the top 10 most-read EngineeringPro stories of 2019.

What were the 10 Oil & Gas projects we told you to look out for this time last year?

10 major Oil & Gas projects to watch in 2019

We began last year with a look at all the biggest upcoming Oil & Gas projects globally. We’ll be publishing our list of the projects you need to be watching in 2020 very soon, but in the meantime take a look back at where we were this time last year.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/10-major-oil-and-gas-projects-to-watch-in-2019-91515754471

Australia's Oil & Gas sector grew last year. Here are our top 10 projects.

10 biggest upcoming oil and gas developments in Australia

Australia’s Oil & Gas sector saw massive growth in 2019, and we focused in on the biggest projects creating jobs and transforming the market.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/10-biggest-upcoming-oil-and-gas-developments-in-australia-99991633328

Rovuma LNG became Africa's biggest ever private project in 2019

ExxonMobil awards EPC contract for Rovuma LNG project

Africa’s biggest ever private project took a major step forward back in October, when operators ExxonMobil awarded the EPC contract to a JGC Corp-led group. This is going to continue to be an important development over the coming years, creating many jobs and delivering a major uplift to Mozambique’s economy.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/exxonmobil-awards-epc-contract-for-rovuma-lng-project-92818132223

The internal combustion engine will continue. Find out why.

The internal combustion engine isn’t dead yet

With seemingly every company in the automotive industry focusing on the next generation of electric vehicles, it can be easy to think that the days of petrol power are already nearing their end. But we looked at the data and would argue that reports of the internal combustion engine’s death are greatly exaggerated.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/the-internal-combustion-engine-isnt-dead-yet-72972410121

Which projects are leading the way for the renewable energy revolution?

Seven of the biggest renewable energy projects in the world

The call for clean, renewable energy has never been as loud as it was in 2019. As more governments push for a greater dependence on sustainable power, we highlighted some of the largest projects that have ever been created.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/seven-of-the-biggest-renewable-energy-projects-in-the-world-92323134611

Mozambique could soon be a major global player for the Oil & Gas sector

Is Mozambique the World’s next great energy superpower?

Rovuma is only part of the story. Mozambique is home to some of the biggest upcoming Oil & Gas projects and is thought could become the world’s fourth largest natural gas exporter. Find out everything you need to know about the African nation’s potential and the projects that will be driving this industry in the future.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/is-mozambique-the-worlds-next-great-energy-superpower-92962314572

Qatar Petroleum launched a major new project that will continue employing skilled workers through 2020

Qatar Petroleum award $656 million jackup contract

Qatar remains a major global Oil & Gas player. We’re expecting to see many more project updates in the area over 2020, like this one by Seadrill and Gulf Drilling International that captured the attention of EngineeringPro readers back in August.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/qatar-petroleum-award-656-million-jackup-contract-92311985648

Were the predictions correct? Did the global Oil & Gas market triple in 2019?

Global Oil & Gas projects set to triple in 2019

Back in February we reported on the predictions by Rystad Energy who claimed that new Oil & Gas projects could exceed 46 billion barrels of oil equivalent in 2019. The figures are yet to be analysed, but with the benefit of hindsight do you think this was an accurate prediction?

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/global-oil-and-gas-projects-set-to-triple-in-2019-95625113045

Africa's Oil & Gas industry grew massively in 2019. Find out about the latest trends and opportunities.

Inside Africa’s Oil & Gas industry in 2019

Once again the Africa region captured our readers’ attention in 2019. Beyond Mozambique there are a number of other huge projects unleashing potential across the continent. Take a look at all the key countries, trends and projects across Africa that we highlighted back in February.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/inside-africas-oil-and-gas-industry-in-2019-94413131536

What are the biggest projects in LNG? Find out in our roundup.

7 of the biggest upcoming LNG terminals creating jobs around the world

Liquefied Natural Gas has become a major global industry in recent years, and this shows no sign of slowing down. In July we told you all about the biggest LNG terminals creating construction and operation jobs around the world.

Read the full article here: www.fircroft.com/blogs/7-of-the-biggest-upcoming-lng-terminals-creating-jobs-around-the-world-91981716333

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Thanks once again to everyone who has read, shared or commented on our articles in the last year, and we are very much looking forward to bringing you more of the latest, most interesting and most unusual engineering stories in 2020.

The EngineeringPro team.

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