Tag Archives: Oil

Data is the new oil VII – Finally a tech-giant: Apple!

It took a while, but now the first of the tech giants took turns and the graph is extended with Apple. Hearing what is told about Apple – how rich it is and the incredible amount of cash being piled … 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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Data is the new oil II – which order?

It is time to come up with something, but until now I only determined which companies to visualise: four oil majors, four manufacturers and four tech giants. Apple is a manufacturer, but because of its history we will consider it … Continue reading

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Ratios, ratios, ratios!

It seems like some people do not really understand what AnRep3D is, does and how it wil offer companies a competitive advantage. We cannot blame them, as the concept is very different from existing tools in the market. Sometimes the … Continue reading

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Energy-consumption in four large European countries

Normally these posts start with an intro on the subject and at the end I provide some information about our product and company. This time I will do it the other way round: For information about the generator of 3D-graphs, … Continue reading

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Visualising the energy-transition III – What about the USA?

Until now we have looked at the energy-mix of the five countries at a higher level. One dimension (depth) represented “fossil fuels” but fossil is the sum of (mainly) coal, oil and gas. When thinking about the CO2 equivalents emitted, … Continue reading

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Visualising the energy-transition II – What about China?

In the previous post we saw a 3D-visualisation of the energy-consumption in five large countries. The shape of the buildings showed the composition of the energy-mix and the different dimensions could be compared within a country, but also between countries. … Continue reading

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Visualising the energy-transition in 3D

Everybody knows about our global energy-transition, but are we doing well? Fossil fuels will come to an end, starting with coal. Renewables (e.g. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal energy and biomass) are thought to be the solution, but at the … Continue reading

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Alternative usage of the AnRep3D-generator – Part II

Last week I did not finish the story, to prevent an overload of information. However, both graphs were available (by clicking the different screenshots), so it was possible to investigate them oneself. Now it is time for some guidance for … Continue reading

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