Uploaded by BusinessAdvantage on Jul 4, 2010
A 9-minute promotional video about doing business in Papua New Guinea (PNG), the Pacific’s largest economy. PNG is undergoing a boom in mineral exploration, mining, gas/petroleum, construction/engineering, and business services. Investment and trade opportunities also exist in agribusiness, forestry, fisheries, tourism and infrastructure development.
This 2010 video is a revised version of the one first produced in 2008 and features footage of the US$15 billion ExxonMobil PNG LNG Project and the proposed Pacific Marine Industrial Zone in Madang Province.
Produced by Business Advantage International for the Papua New Guinea Investment Promotion Authority (http://www.ipa.gov.pg).
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Uploaded by journeymanpictures on Jul 2, 2010
The people of Bougainville have come up with their own solution to the energy crisis — coconut oil. It’s cheap, plentiful and doesn’t pollute. Little wonder other countries, are considering importing it.
From priests to the police force, locals are making the switch to coconut fuel. “There’s no difference in performance and you don’t have to do anything different to your car”, states one consumer. Bougainville hopes to export coconut fuel to other countries. Unfortunately, in cooler climates, coco-fuels solidify and requires the addition of diesel.
Produced by ABC Australia
Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Uploaded by AtlasCopcoAIP on Mar 20, 2009
While oil prices are rising, biofuel is an environmental friendly alternative. In Brasil, ethanol as biofuel is very popular. At the Central Energetica Vicentina production site, this ethanol is processed out of sugar cane. The actuators to control the flow in the production process are operated by compressed air. And that compressed air is delivered by a brand new GA 22 VSD FF compressor. Reasons for selecting Atlas Copco were the reliability of a GA, combined with the energy efficiency of a VSD. Op top, the tropical thermostat enables working in high temperatures.
Uploaded by worldfocusonline on Nov 4, 2008
For years now — and throughout this years U.S. presidential campaign — Americans have been debating how to achieve energy independence.
Brazil is the second largest producer of ethanol after the U.S., which uses corn rather than sugarcane.
Even though the global financial crisis has hit the Brazilian ethanol industry hard, global demand for sugarcane-based ethanol is growing. Brazil expects to harvest 12 percent more cane than last year and plans to increase exports by 25 percent.
Correspondent Edie Magnus and Producer Bryan Myers report from Brazil, where ethanol has transformed the countrys transportation.
For more on worldwide use of ethanol and other fuel, see our map on global energy.
See blogger reactions to ethanol use and learn more: