Tag Archives: Energy

Short update

Some time ago I decided to change subject and focus on energy. With all climate change going on, I expected this to be relevant to a broad public. Because I kept the same Twitter-account (only changing the name) and connected … Continue reading

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No, I’m not back!

It has been a while since I said goodbye, but on the other hand I never really left. As announced our primary focus is on energy now and recently we started a new series about the production, import and export … Continue reading

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Goodbye! But not really…

In the most recent series of posts we were discussing the direction we could and should go (quo vademus, meaning “where are we going?”). Finally we decided that we will keep the generator the same. Technically that is, because the … Continue reading

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Quo Vademus III

Suddenly I thought of a third option: apart from moving forward in technology and switching market focus, it is also possible to go back in time. Time – photo by Gerd Altmann on Pixabay Of course it’s not done to … Continue reading

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Quo vademus II

Quo vademus – where are we going? Previously I discussed the option to change the application and use other technologies than the current Java-jar with X3DOM for the 3D visualisation. It is a valid option in general, but because I … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil XII – Microsoft: more green roofs

We are nearly at the end of the series and this time we have another runner-up. Yet in the 3D-graph Microsoft looks much smaller than the oil-majors. It grew like the other tech companies did, but not as fast as … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil X – Oil again…

It will be a short update this time. After a couple of tech-related companies we are back at the oil. A “small” oil major this time as Chevron has a revenue of “only” 159 billion in 2018. It’s not little … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil IV – from producer to consumer: Volkswagen

We are leaving the old-fashioned oil for now, but stay close at the same time. The subject of this post is Volkswagen. We’ve showed 3D-graphs for this company before, but that was in the automotive-series. This time it is because … Continue reading

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Intermezzo – finally, a contest!

This post is outdated. The 3D-graph generator package can be downloaded free of charge. Even no registration is needed. Last week I should have posted something about another IPO, but I didn’t. Somehow the pattern became too clear, although I … Continue reading

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