Petroleum Testing Articles

  • Security of energy supply in Japan: a key strategy and solutions

    Energy is essential for goods and services. Japan's economy is dependent on imported energy which is 85% per year, the highest percentage among industrialised nations. The study measures energy supply security (ESS). Four indices; dependency index, intensity index, local production index and composite index are constructed and statistical models are formed out to investigate the significance and ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Employment impacts of petroleum industry in China: an input–output analysis

    China's employment issue is catching people's eyes at present and for a long time. Economic impacts of China's petroleum industry on employment are divided into direct, indirect and induced impacts and they are analysed in this study by using the input–output approach. The research results suggest that petroleum industry will supply 0.0957 jobs and 0.1501 jobs given 10,000 CNY final demand added ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Renewable, clean energy: the petroleum footprint - wind farms under analysis

    This paper presents a methodology to assess projects for the generation of clean, renewable energy. Such methodology is applied here to estimate the consumption of fossil fuels (referred to as 'oil'), required for the construction, operation and maintenance of a wind farm consisting of 97 turbines of 3 MW each. Results show that such consumption represents a conservative 8–9% of the total energy ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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