New CCUS Advisory Group for UK

first_imgGet instant access to must-read content today!To access hundreds of features, subscribe today! At a time when the world is forced to go digital more than ever before just to stay connected, discover the in-depth content our subscribers receive every month by subscribing to gasworld.Don’t just stay connected, stay at the forefront – join gasworld and become a subscriber to access all of our must-read content online from just $270. Subscribelast_img

Millimeter Wave Technology Market to Grow 10 Times over the Next 6 Years

first_imgThe Global Millimeter Wave Technology market was valued at $0.19 billion in 2014 with CAGR of 40.07% it is expected to reach $7.14 billion by 2022. Increasing usage of Millimeter wave in small cell backhaul networks, demand for innovative applications in the radar and security applications, increasing demand for bandwidth intensive applications and consumer electronics applications are the major drivers for the market growth. However, environmental issues and limited range are limiting the market growth. North America has the largest market for MM wave technology and is expected to show a high growth rate during the forecast period. U.S. is expected to grow at a faster rate due to growing applications in the mobile & telecom sector.The mobile and telecom application has rising market in millimeter wave technology. The millimeter wave scanner market is also expected to grow rapidly in the coming few years. Mobile & telecom, and consumer & commercial sectors are the two major applications areas of MM wave technology products which are currently available.Global Millimeter Wave Technology market is segmented by frequency band, by, product, by application, by license, by component and by geography. Based on frequency band, market is segregated into bands between 8 GGz and 57 GHz, bands between 57 GHz and 86 GHz and bands between 86 GHz and 300 GHz. Depending on product, market is classified into MM radar & satellite communication systems, MM telecommunication equipment and MM scanner systems. Based on application, market is categorized into healthcare, defense, mobile & telecom, industrial, automotive, consumer & commercial, emerging next generation, and imaging. Based on license, market is segmented into light licensed frequency mm wave, fully licensed frequency mm wave and unlicensed frequency mm wave.Based on component, market is categorized into communication & networking components, antennas & transceiver, frequency sources & related components, imaging components, interface components, RF & radio components, power & battery components, sensors and others. Market by geography is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World.The Key players in the market include, Mi-Wave, Inc., Aviat Networks, Inc., Smiths Group Plc, Hittite Microwave Corporation (Analog Devices), Loea Corporation, Vubiq, Inc., Smiths Group Plc, Wasa Millimeter, Wave Ab, and Farran Technology Ltd.The full report can be downloaded here.last_img read more

Can the Patriots go 16-0? Ranking the teams most likely to ruin New England’s shot at undefeated season

first_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/2f/be/deshaun-watson-092419-getty-ftrjpg_ygzdln1u4d0o1ess7nixz0ymb.jpg?t=1688437133&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/33/24/carson-wentz-092629-getty-ftrjpg_5h4kkh73woi91u538xssmfcne.jpg?t=1845689325&w=500&quality=80 The Patriots are looking like they have a shot to go 16-0 in the regular season for the second time in 12 years with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. One can’t help but to think that way about New England as it outscores its opponents at an absurd rate — 223-48 heading into Week 8.The Patriots are averaging nearly 32 points per game and allowing fewer than 7 points per game, combining for a 25-point average margin of victory going into Sunday’s game against the Browns. New England was favored by 13 points against 2-4 Cleveland. 4. Houston TexansWe’re having flashbacks to those letterman jackets, but at least this Week 13 game is in Houston for two former Belichick right-hand men, coach Bill O’Brien and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.Deshaun Watson’s off-script playmaking can shake things up for the Patriots’ man coverage and make it tough on their pass rush, but the bigger problem here is the Texans’ pass defense against Brady, who can get the ball out quickly and spread it around to neutralize the rush of J.J. Watt and others. 2. Baltimore RavensJohn Harbaugh is only 3-7 head-to-head against Belichick, but he has had the Patriots’ number twice in the playoffs, and both times were with Joe Flacco. This time he will try his hand with a completely different style of quarterback in Lamar Jackson.The Ravens have not played the Patriots in two seasons, but you know what Belichick will do here: Have his defense focused on taking away Jackson’s running and forcing him to be effective throwing downfield against a strong, deep New England secondary. Jackson, like Watson, can give the Patriots problems with his improv, but the Ravens’ biggest shot here is running for ball control and stopping the run, forcing Brady to hang in there and deliver without mistakes against Marlon Humphrey, Earl Thomas and Marcus Peters. Still, Jackson will need to have the best game of his young career to finish the job. 1. Kansas City ChiefsDon’t remind Chiefs fans what could have been with Patrick Mahomes against the Patriots twice last season. They lost by a field goal in Foxborough in the regular season, and Mahomes didn’t even get a chance touch the ball in overtime in the AFC championship game loss at Arrowhead.All signs point to Mahomes and his key offensive teammates being fully healthy for this Week 14 game at Gillette Stadium. The Chiefs’ biggest weaknesses are stopping the run and covering the short-to-intermediate passing game, which does set up Brady for the ball-control game plan the Colts and Texans used to beat the Chiefs. To get over that hump, Kansas City needs a clean and spectacular game from Mahomes with no slow start and a strong finish.Make no mistake: The Patriots will be favored in all of these games and will feel good about going at least 4-1. Between Watson, Jackson, Mahomes, Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz, one athletic QB is bound to trip up New England. NFL POWER RANKINGS49ers, Packers inch up; Seahawks, Eagles fly higher; Bears, Bills slideExpect the big spreads in the defending champs’ favor to shrink between Weeks 9 and 14, however. So far the Patriots have faced zero playoff teams from last season, and the combined winning percentage of their opponents thus far in 2019 is .385.The schedule changes dramatically after the Browns game, as the Patriots will face five consecutive playoff teams from last season in six weeks around their Week 10 bye. Between the Ravens, Eagles, Cowboys, Texans and Chiefs, only one of those teams (Philadelphia) had a losing record (3-4) entering Week 8.Should the Patriots survive that November and early December slate unscathed, 16-0 will happen. In Week 15 they play at Cincinnati, and in Week 16 they host Buffalo. Even if they rest players at home in Week 17, they can beat the Dolphins.Here we rank those five opponents based on their chances to ruin the Patriots’ chances at a perfect season.center_img (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/c0/37/dak-prescott-092219-getty-ftrjpg_4vf2lmw7h572179vo30xh2nf1.jpg?t=1525104685&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e3/c7/patrick-mahomes-100919-getty-ftrjpg_132954zj606mu1ffmx1t8uuiap.jpg?t=-1318140099&w=500&quality=80 3. Philadelphia EaglesThe Eagles’ record when they host the Patriots in Week 11 won’t matter. Nor will how dysfunctional they look now. Philadelphia’s players will have confidence against New England, and it would surprise no one if there’s more of a “Philly Special” feeling here with Doug Pederson pushing the right buttons in what might turn out to be a playoff run-saving game.Of course, then you remember they have an awful secondary with no consistent pass rush against Brady. 5. Dallas CowboysThe Patriots will host the Cowboys in Week 12, and in terms of an explosive and balanced offense, Dallas will be the most complete team New England will face.Jason Garrett, however, is the question mark. Can the coach be aggressive enough to outwit Belichick in a close, high-scoring game? Dallas has the talent to win, but one can’t be confident about it being the better executing and adjusting team. (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/db/be/lamar-jackson-102019-getty-ftrjpg_11e9yupqse03l1s3cp7jvt5ylo.jpg?t=-328499691&w=500&quality=80last_img read more