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Jambon Boats is an oiland gas worldwide vessels and personnel company. They have offices on allcontinents and have the capabilities of providing any type of vessels for theoil and gas industry. They have a JV with a major brokerage firm that enablesthem to have their vessels work around the globe that can maintain any and alldeep water drilling.

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Nigeria’s Need for Oil

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The largest producer of oil in Africa right now is Nigeria. In a continent that is struggling to feed most of its people, it is high time that they find different ways to expand their oil production. Nigeria’s economy is still under development, and much of the infrastructure that surrounds their current oil industry is lackluster and is need of some sort of advancement. What better way to encourage this advancement in their oil efficiency than to give them more access to their own oil to work with?

Jambon BoatsNigeria’s main exports of energy sources help to provide the entire African continent with enough fuel to manage and pursue a better future for all of them. If Nigeria gains more access to their oil reserves, either with increase in their equipment and/or better infrastructure; they will not only increase the status of their economy but also allow the other surrounding African countries to be better supported. This is all happening when Africa is being hit the hardest. Because Nigeria’s energy consumption is also high, the infrastructure needs to be supported by an international player that knows how to develop and support companies in the oil industry. This gives them a better shot at having more oil.

A Louisiana-based commercial ship supplier is working with Nigeria to fix these exact problems and give them the tools they need to expand their markets. Jambon Boats has been doing business with Nigeria to provide them with supply vessels, as well as help maintain their oil regulations and produce a better infrastructure for the companies that are extracting there. They help many countries around the world gain access to oil production and transportation, and are now on the brink of bringing Nigeria into a leading position as a larger international oil producer.

International corporations help in worldwide success

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International companies can get the reputation of being greedy entities that are in existence. Money tends to win over decency in importance with these companies. Not only that, but location beats the need for growing the economy, and the financial progress of the company gets priority over the financial progress of the populations of the countries they service.

But is this always the case? There are a few companies in the world that set the international stage for providing profitable operations while still taking care of the well-being of the communities that are struggling all over the globe. They are well-known names that everyone would know upon hearing them.

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Companies that have global connections that stretch over many countries have the ability to work together to make it an easier life for the consumer. The different economies of the world are in a constant state of change, and, unfortunately, most of those that were once striving are now in decline.

Taking the role of a leader within the international community will not only help the countries that get service, but will also support the professional achievement of this viewpoint to other companies. Jambon Boats, an international commercial vessel supplier in Louisiana, provides vessels to all countries in an attempt to share the wealth in the oil industry, while bringing the offshore profits back into their local community.

While this vision will take some time and effort from ground-breaking companies, it is possible that the world will be made a better place through their hard work. Providing jobs, products, services, or even trade for businesses within a country can help revitalize the progress of those economies. One good thing for the world is that many companies are already beginning to take control of their mission to serve the world first.

Breaking Down the Oil Industry

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The oil & gas industry is going haywire, with the prices of gas dropping over the past 6 months, and many shifts in international trade being made due to the sudden shift in prices. The ride has been one of unpredictability, but there may soon be a future when the price of oil and gas begin to return to a sort of equilibrium. All it will take is the teamwork of the international community, and some highlight companies that are doing everything they can to support the industry.

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The weakening of the U.S. dollar has given the price of oil a slight lift, as other elements of the world’s affairs, such as the conflicts in Yemen, is also pushing to raise the prices. Over the past month, oil has had a historically strong advance, although the volatility in the market for oil has been raging due to higher prices showing signs of encouraged production.

A company based out of Louisiana, Jambon Boats, has been supporting and expanding the oil & gas industry for years, and is coming to conclusions that fracking needs to be a necessary part of oil extraction, to ensure more oil and with less environmental consequences. This company provides commercial vessels to international oil corporations, and is currently under agreement to provide China’s Costco Shipyard with four 83-meter vessels, which will lead to China’s oil production to substantially increase in the ongoing race for oil competition worldwide.

International Corporations Hold The Key to Worldwide Prosperity

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International companies have the reputation worldwide for being some of the most stingy and greedy entities in existence. Profit triumphs over human serenity as a priority, location trumps over the need of the economy, and the financial progress of the company is priority over the financial progress of the populations of the countries they service. Why must this be so? There are a few companies in the world that set the international stage for providing profitable operations while still taking care of the well-being of the communities that are struggling all over the globe.

Jambon Boats

Jambon Boats

Many companies that have global connections have the ability to work together to make it an advantage for the consumer. The economies of the world are in a constant state of change, and unfortunately most of them are in decline. Taking the role of a leader for the international community will not only help the countries that are serviced, but will also encourage the professional implementation of this philosophy to other companies.

While this vision will take time and effort from pioneering companies, it is very possible that the world can be made better through their efforts. Providing jobs, products, services, or even trade to businesses within a country can help revitalize the progress of those economies. Fortunately for the world, many companies are already beginning to take the reins on this mission to service the world first. Jambon Boats, an international commercial vessel supplier in Louisiana, provides vessels to all countries in and attempt to share the wealth in the oil industry, while bringing the offshore profits back into their local community.

Jambon Boats – Brazilian Exports

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Jambon Boats is proud to work with the economic superpower of Brazil, whose exports are assessed as so on the EIA.gov website:

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“According to the ANP, Brazil exported 381,000 bbl/d of crude oil in 2013, a 31% decrease from the previous year. The United States imported 110,000 bbl/d of crude oil from Brazil in 2013, a decrease of more than 30% from 2012. Because of increasing U.S. domestic supply and growing Chinese demand, China became the largest importer of Brazil’s crude oil in 2013, importing 115,000 bbl/d. The third-largest destination of Brazil’s crude oil after China and the United States is India, which imported 49,000 bbl/d in 2013.To meet the rising demand, compensate for its fuel price subsidies, and supplement its underinvested refining sector13, Brazil continues to be a significant importer of petroleum products. In 2013, the country imported 528,000 bbl/d of petroleum products, an increase of 12% from the previous year. The United States exported 179,000 bbl/d of products to Brazil in 2013 and was its largest source of imported products. Brazil’s imports of petroleum product from the United States rose 8% from the previous year and increased 225% compared with the level five years earlier. India was Brazil’s second-largest source of imported petroleum products at 72,000 bbl/d of products to Brazil.The transportation accounted for the largest share of petroleum products demand. Because of continued fuel price subsidies and struggling refining sector, more than two-thirds of Brazil’s petroleum products imports were for the transportation sector in 2013. The largest import was 177,000 bbl/d of diesel oil; India supplied 72,000 bbl/d and the United States provided 59,000 bbl/d of the total.”

Jambon Boats – Nigerian Exports

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Jambon Boats is proud to work with Nigeria, as the country has become a powerhouse for energy source son the African continent. Below is a description of the country’s energy exports, as described on EIA.gov:

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“Nigeria exports the vast majority of its natural gas in the form of LNG, and a small amount is exported via the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) to nearby countries. The pipeline was shut down from August 2012 to July 2013 for repairs after it had been severed by a ship’s anchor in the Togolese waters. As a result, natural gas exports via WAGP fell from 29 Bcf in 2011 to 14 Bcf in 2012, but recovered to 21 Bcf in 2013, according to Cedigaz data.28 The WAGP operates at about one-third of its capacity.

Nigeria exported about 800 Bcf of LNG in 2013, ranking Nigeria among the world’s top five LNG exporters, along with QatarMalaysiaAustralia, and Indonesia.29 Estimates of Nigeria’s LNG exports vary among sources, with the BP 2014 Statistical Review of World Energy placing it at almost 800 Bcf in 2013 and the OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin estimating it at 866 Bcf in 2013. Nigeria’s LNG exports accounted for about 7% of globally traded LNG. Japan is the largest importer of Nigerian LNG and imported 23% of the total in 2013, followed by South Korea (17%) and Spain (14%).

Trade patterns for Nigerian LNG have changed over the past few years.”

Jambon Boats | The Benefits of Fracking

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Jambon Boats is iStock_000056462174_Smalla Louisiana-based boat rental company that specializes in helping provide oil and gas companies with offshore vessels that can handle their workload and also help make their processes more efficient. As strong supporters of the oil and gas companies, they are also behind the new fracking technology that has enabled these companies to extract oil from below ground with a minimal process that involves the injection of fracking fluid into layers of the Earth’s crust as to force the oil below upwards.

It is a highly debated issue in the United States, which is why Jambon Boats endorses this technology with a few simple facts about its benefits:

Job Creation

First and foremost, the energy industry is not only one of the top creators of jobs in the United States; it is a global industry that employs hundreds of thousands of people across the planet.

 Safety

The safety of fracking is often a highly-debated topic, however there has been little proof to show that fracking is particularly unsafe. Many families choose to allow fracking on their land because it makes them some extra money without affecting the safety of their land or water resources.

Energy Independence

Fracking is just one more step towards energy independence, lighting and heating the homes and businesses of Americans without the moral concern of using oil and gas from another region of the world.

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