We all know that the world of today is absolutely addicted to the oil. However, the current situation is that all the "easy pockets" have already been developed and are actually gone; that is the main reason why people have to find the new sources. And, the most intensive battle is taking place in Alaska, which is considered to be a source of more than fifteen percent of the whole America's domestic production. Subject area is also treated as a home for the largest wild-life preserve of the American nation - ANWR, standing for the Arctic National Wild-life Refuge, where numerous exploration companies are pushing to drill today. This film is an extremely interesting one and is highly recommended to all people with the interest in oil exploration and production. They will travel back millions of years in order to see and have a clear picture of how the oil appeared; they will also look at the future, asking how far we will go to find every remaining barrel of oil and at what costs. Unfortunately, some of the people keep thinking that the cheap exploration and production of the oil is still there. However, that is not the case anymore, and this is what the authors of this brilliant insight into the history of oil are trying to demonstrate and explain. Just take your time watching this episode of Explorer and you find it very useful and interesting...
Operating ferries is a complex business and in these days of no-cost airlines and the competition was never tougher. The impact of technology and increasing pressure of time are the bottom line, and everyone in the ferry business knows it very well. In the times like these, repeat business has to be any ferry company's number one objective. Customers who come back are one who keep the operations going. But know it is very difficult to make that happen. And one thing, and maybe the most important, that make people come back, is the customer satisfaction. If our customers have a good experience while they are with us, they all may return to us next time when they want to travel. Take some time watching it and we promise you will know so much more about the ferry business and about how to make the customers happy, in particular. The objective of the authors of the film was to provide proper guidance on establishing a decent level of customer service. It also provides some required tips on how to communicate with the passengers, even with the disruptive passengers, and how to do it effectively. Nearly all aspects of service have been covered including understanding the behavior of the passengers, handling aggressive people, etc. You will know hot to handle various difficult situation, that may arise, in a very professional manner.
This video will show you the of one of the most technologically advanced cruise vessels ever built and, definitely, one of the best and most beautiful creatures of today's world. She was delivered at Meyer-Werft cruise ship construction yard in Papenburg city of Germany for the RCI - Royal Caribbean International company. They say that there is only one word that could sum up "Quantum of the Seas" and that word is "wow". She is the lead ship of the "Quantum" class of cruise vessels. Take some time to watch this video and you will get to know so many interesting facts on this fairy-tale of the seas.
One of the most interesting popular videos by Richard Hammond - it belongs to the Engineering Connections series and is dedicated to the huge LNG carriers, one of the biggest vessels in the world... This is one of the strangest places on Earth - it is inside of a vast sophisticated machine - it is a tanker with the cargo that can power London for about a week, a cargo equivalence to energy to the fifty five nuclear bombs. This huge ship is carrying liquefied natural gas, millions of liters of the stuff, at room temperature it turns into a highly flammable gas and that is why people want it. The liquid inside these tankers becomes gas for cooking and heating your homes. Creating technology to transport it is very complex...
Zero-Hour... The present video film dedicated to the one of the most tragic catastrophes at sea is a kind of documental drama - it is based on numerous eyewitness accounts and the findings made by of the Joint Accident Investigation Commission consisting of Estonia, Finland and Sweden governments. Some of the dialogues contained in this film have been intentionally fictionalised.
Here is the another episode of the "Engineering Giants" documentary series by BBC. This one, presented by Robe Bell and Tom Wriggles worth, shows what happens with the vessels at the end of their working lives, namely at the ship-breaking yards. The thirty-two thousand tonne North Sea ferry "Pride of Bruges" (originally in service as "Norsun"), worked on the line between Hull and Zeebrugge. She waHere is the another episode of the "Engineering Giants" documentary by BBC. This one, presented by Robe Bell and Tom Wriggles worth, shows what happens with the vessels at the end of their working lives, namely at the ship-breaking yards. The thirty-two thousand tonne North Sea ferry "Pride of Bruges" (originally in service as "Norsun"), worked on the line between Hull and Zeebrugge. She was built in Yokohama, Japan by Nippon Kokan K. K. Tsurumi Shipyard. 32000 tons of steel. Seven decks each the length of the football pitch. Four engines burning 2500 litres of fuel an hour. One massive bit of engineering - the North Sea Ferry - the "Pride of Bruges". After twenty five years of service, she is now being taken out of the water for the biggest overhaul in its life. As key part of strip down, it is the unique chance to explore deep her hidden features. Every complex system must be rigorously tested and repaired before it can return to service. s built in Yokohama, Japan by Nippon Kokan K. K. Tsurumi Shipyard. 32000 tons of steel. Seven decks each the length of the football pitch. Four engines burning 2500 litres of fuel every hour. One massive bit of engineering - the North Sea Ferry - the "Pride of Bruges". After 25 years of service, it's now being taken out of the water for the biggest overhaul in its life. As key part of strip down, it is the unique chance to explore her hidden features...
This video is one of the three films presented by BBC, in which the biggest machines in the world are being stripped down and torn apart. The other two are showing the Jumbo jet and huge ocean ferry. Watch this film and you will know all the hidden secrets. The Gas Rig addressed in this video, was the Lima Platform, the North Sea Gas installation, which was pulled by floating cranes and brought to Newcastle, where she was cut into pieces for recycling. The authors of the film tried to reveal all secrets of the vital parts of the rig, considering at the platform not only as the steel structure...
The present video film has been beautifully produced, and the acting is great indeed. The science is very accurate, and the movie will be easy to understand for everyone. The film is based on the book called "Longitude" written by Dava Sobel and it presents the material of that book very well. Just watch this amazing one-hour documentary and we promise you will not get disappointed with this interesting and wonderful look at the history of navigation.