Most of us like to think of ourselves as citizens of the world, living in a borderless world where our place of residence is split between various social media outlets; Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and the likes. To some, it results in social media turning into their daily journal or diary, an avenue for show-and-tell of everything and anything about their lives. Yes, everyone has a right to say and do as they please, but there is also a risk that someday it may affect your career. In this day and age, what you say and do on social media may affect your employability.
According to a survey by CareerBuilder, an American human capital solution company, over 70% of employers, go through candidates’ social media pages to screen them prior to hiring. Social recruiting is not uncommon either. This is when employers hire someone dedicated to research job applicants online. With no holds barred on the world wide web, searches on candidates are not merely limited to social media platforms but also include search engines such as Google, Yahoo or Bing and the likes. Therefore, one’s online image is crucial as in some cases, it is the first impression given to a prospective employer.
Everyone wants to be taken seriously when being considered for a job. There is cause and effect for every one of our actions in the social media world. Hence, take note of the following that employers look out for when screening potential candidates:
While there are many don’t’s for an online persona, do not be demotivated by it. A negative image online leads to less likelihood of being employed, however, the other extreme of having no online presence at all, is a deterrent too. Being a ‘ghost’ online is detrimental to your employability criteria. Employers are less likely to even interview a candidate who has no online presence whatsoever. So, instead of deleting all of your online profiles or hiding them, here are some ways you could use social media to your advantage and boost your profile:
The job markets is extremely competitive these days, hence there is always the extra pressure of standing out and being unique in comparison to fellow job seekers. So, exercise caution in “trying too hard” as well. Spruce up your online persona’s and make it relevant to who you are and want to be as a professional. While it is important to keep the prospective employer in mind, be cautious that every individual is different and each employer will have its own set of criteria, likes and dislikes. There is no “one size fits all”. Harvey Mackay, renowned businessman, author and career columnists once said, “You'll never please everyone, but you only have to please a few people to get an offer."
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Many of Indonesia’s oil and gas fields, both on and offshore, are coming to the end of their commercially viable operational lifespan. More than 60% of Indonesia’s oil and more than 30% of gas production comes from late-life-cycle resources spread across the world's largest island country. Despite investment and use of enhanced oil field recovery measures, as well as increasing automation to extend the economic lifespan of these assets, decommissioning will soon become necessary.
However Indonesia, like many countries new to the prospect of decommissioning energy infrastructure, face many key technological, fiscal, environmental, regulatory and industrial capacity issues, which need to be addressed by both government and industry decision makers.
This report, commissioned by the consulting and advisory arm of London and Aberdeen based Precision Media & Communications aims to takes a look at many of the issues Indonesia and other South East Asian oil producing nations are likely to face with the prospect of decommissioning the region's oil and gas aging energy infrastructure both onshore and offshore... To find out more Click here
Headline crude prices for the week beginning 2 December 2019 – Brent: US$61/b; WTI: US$55/b
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The Global Small-Scale LNG Market is projected to grow from 30.8 MTPA in 2016 to 48.3 MTPA by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.7% between 2017 and 2022. The small-scale LNG market across the globe is driven by their increasing LNG demand from remote locations by applications, such as industrial & power, and the ability to transport LNG over long distances without the need for heavy investment such as pipelines. By terminal type, regasification terminal is expected to grow at a highest CAGR between 2017 and 2022. The increasing demand for LNG from the remote locations and global commoditization of LNG are some of the major factors that are driving the demand for small-scale LNG in this segment.
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The Linde Group (Germany), Wärtsilä (Finland), Honeywell International Inc. (U.S.), General Electric (U.S.), and Engie (France), among others are the leading companies operating in the small-scale LNG market. These companies are expected to account for significant shares of the small-scale LNG market in the near future.
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Growth Drivers are :
Energy cost advantage of LNG over alternate energy sources for end-users
Heavy duty transport companies save approximately 30% on fuel costs on LNG-fueled trucks, compared to diesel fueled trucks, and produce 30% lower emissions. Air pollution from diesel engines is one of the biggest concerns, especially in areas that struggle to meet air-quality standards. On the other hand, natural gas causes complete combustion and fewer emissions than diesel. It is estimated that increasing environmental concerns from the utilization of diesel vehicles is likely to increase the adoption of green fuel technologies such as natural gas. In the case of electric power generation, natural gas engines below 150 KW are more cost effective than oil fueled engines. Fuel cost is one of the major cost for road transportation, which is strongly subject to excise taxation. Typically, an LNG-fueled Volvo FM truck can travel up to 600 km with LNG. With an additional 150 litres of diesel, it can travel up to 1,000 km without refuelling. Thus, reducing the cost of travel. With additional LNG liquefaction capacity expected to come online in the next few years, an oversupply of LNG is expected, which will drive the price of LNG further lower. Considering all these factors, both developed and developing countries are undertaking feasibility studies to recognize the techno-economics of shifting their economies from diesel to natural gas. Therefore, the cheap price of small-scla LNG over others alterantive fuels will drive the growth during the forecast period.
Small-scale LNG terminals are regarded as facilities, including liquefaction and regasification terminals, with a capacity of less than 1 million tons per annum (MTPA) within the scope of this study. It includes the LNG produced from small-scale liquefaction terminals and regasified at small-scale regasification terminals for catering to applications such as LNG-fueled heavy-duty transport, LNG-fueled ships, and industrial & power generation.
North America small-scale LNG market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The North America small-scale LNG market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. In North America, most of the small-scale LNG demand in industrial & power applications is met through peak shaving facilities. The peak shaving facilities are used to meet adequate supply of LNG to address the peak demand. In 2015, there were more than 100 peak shaving facilities in the U.S., among which one-half of the peak shaving facilities were located in the Northeast, while a quarter of them were located in the Midwest. Currently, the U.S. has among the highest number of peak shaving plants. However, less than 10% of them are available for any other use due to the current electricity demand. The commissioning of small-scale liquefaction plants can expand the peak shaving capacities in the region.
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