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Formed in 2014, The Black Gold Empire is a global consortium of reputable and established media platforms, entertainment brands and high profile brand ambassadors operating as a powerful advertising unit. We harness the compelling advertising opportunities created through our combined reach and range of activities including; social media campaigns, music videography, concerts, box office events, as well as reality and lifestyle shows. This dynamic model gives us incredible grassroots reach and the ability to overcome typical advertising challenges of language and culture to deliver messages from our clients about their available products and services.

Our strategy is to provide premium entertainment value to our global audience whilst delivering a world class service to our clients and investors. With a current reach of over 6 million worldwide we are an emerging key player within global entertainment advertising.

Key Operating Markets
The Black Gold Empire operates in the following regions:
– Americas.
– Africa.
– Caribbean.

Formed in 2014, The Black Gold Empire is a global consortium of reputable and established media platforms, entertainment brands and high profile brand ambassadors operating as a powerful advertising unit. We harness the compelling advertising opportunities created through our combined reach and range of activities including; social media campaigns, music videography, concerts, box office events, as well as reality and lifestyle shows. This dynamic model gives us incredible grassroots reach and the ability to overcome typical advertising challenges of language and culture to deliver messages from our clients about their available products and services.

Our strategy is to provide premium entertainment value to our global audience whilst delivering a world class service to our clients and investors. With a current reach of over 6 million worldwide we are an emerging key player within global entertainment advertising.

Key Operating Markets
The Black Gold Empire operates in the following regions:
– Americas.
– Africa.
– Caribbean.

But next time it could be permanent. The oil industry has gritted its teeth and suffered through the past few years, emerging with heads held high and looking to the future. But disruption lies ahead; a daunting prospect for buyers and sellers alike. We have already witnessed the  rise of renewable energy which has brought about a shift in the market.   So what does all this change mean for oil demand and the future of the industry? 

Of the 96 million barrels of oil consumed globally each day, almost 60 million are used in transport.  However, technological advances, both in fuel efficiency and the move to hybrid and electric vehicles, look set to disrupt demand. Watch our analysts discuss electric vehicle growth by region:

The rise of  electric vehicles and renewable energy explains some of the widening divide between the developed and emerging world. Demand for oil in developed countries will revert to structural decline by 2020, wiping out about four million barrels per day by 2035. In contrast, developing economies will increase their demand for oil by nearly 16 million barrels per day by 2035.

The Northeast blackout of 2003 was a widespread power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and the Canadian province of Ontario on Thursday, August 14, 2003, just after 4:10 p.m. EDT . [1]

Some power was restored by 11 p.m. Most did not get their power back until two days later. In other areas it took nearly a week or two for power to be restored. [2] At the time, it was the world's second most widespread blackout in history , after the 1999 Southern Brazil blackout . [3] [4] The outage, which was much more widespread than the Northeast Blackout of 1965 , affected an estimated 10 million people in Ontario and 45 million people in eight U.S. states.

The blackout's primary cause was a programming error or " bug " in the alarm system at the control room of FirstEnergy Corporation , an Akron, Ohio -based company. The lack of an alarm left operators unaware of the need to re-distribute power after overloaded transmission lines hit unpruned foliage, triggering a " race condition " in the energy management system software, a bug affecting the order of operations in the system. What would have been a manageable local blackout cascaded into massive widespread distress on the electric grid.

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Formed in 2014, The Black Gold Empire is a global consortium of reputable and established media platforms, entertainment brands and high profile brand ambassadors operating as a powerful advertising unit. We harness the compelling advertising opportunities created through our combined reach and range of activities including; social media campaigns, music videography, concerts, box office events, as well as reality and lifestyle shows. This dynamic model gives us incredible grassroots reach and the ability to overcome typical advertising challenges of language and culture to deliver messages from our clients about their available products and services.

Our strategy is to provide premium entertainment value to our global audience whilst delivering a world class service to our clients and investors. With a current reach of over 6 million worldwide we are an emerging key player within global entertainment advertising.

Key Operating Markets
The Black Gold Empire operates in the following regions:
– Americas.
– Africa.
– Caribbean.

But next time it could be permanent. The oil industry has gritted its teeth and suffered through the past few years, emerging with heads held high and looking to the future. But disruption lies ahead; a daunting prospect for buyers and sellers alike. We have already witnessed the  rise of renewable energy which has brought about a shift in the market.   So what does all this change mean for oil demand and the future of the industry? 

Of the 96 million barrels of oil consumed globally each day, almost 60 million are used in transport.  However, technological advances, both in fuel efficiency and the move to hybrid and electric vehicles, look set to disrupt demand. Watch our analysts discuss electric vehicle growth by region:

The rise of  electric vehicles and renewable energy explains some of the widening divide between the developed and emerging world. Demand for oil in developed countries will revert to structural decline by 2020, wiping out about four million barrels per day by 2035. In contrast, developing economies will increase their demand for oil by nearly 16 million barrels per day by 2035.

Formed in 2014, The Black Gold Empire is a global consortium of reputable and established media platforms, entertainment brands and high profile brand ambassadors operating as a powerful advertising unit. We harness the compelling advertising opportunities created through our combined reach and range of activities including; social media campaigns, music videography, concerts, box office events, as well as reality and lifestyle shows. This dynamic model gives us incredible grassroots reach and the ability to overcome typical advertising challenges of language and culture to deliver messages from our clients about their available products and services.

Our strategy is to provide premium entertainment value to our global audience whilst delivering a world class service to our clients and investors. With a current reach of over 6 million worldwide we are an emerging key player within global entertainment advertising.

Key Operating Markets
The Black Gold Empire operates in the following regions:
– Americas.
– Africa.
– Caribbean.

But next time it could be permanent. The oil industry has gritted its teeth and suffered through the past few years, emerging with heads held high and looking to the future. But disruption lies ahead; a daunting prospect for buyers and sellers alike. We have already witnessed the  rise of renewable energy which has brought about a shift in the market.   So what does all this change mean for oil demand and the future of the industry? 

Of the 96 million barrels of oil consumed globally each day, almost 60 million are used in transport.  However, technological advances, both in fuel efficiency and the move to hybrid and electric vehicles, look set to disrupt demand. Watch our analysts discuss electric vehicle growth by region:

The rise of  electric vehicles and renewable energy explains some of the widening divide between the developed and emerging world. Demand for oil in developed countries will revert to structural decline by 2020, wiping out about four million barrels per day by 2035. In contrast, developing economies will increase their demand for oil by nearly 16 million barrels per day by 2035.

The Northeast blackout of 2003 was a widespread power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and the Canadian province of Ontario on Thursday, August 14, 2003, just after 4:10 p.m. EDT . [1]

Some power was restored by 11 p.m. Most did not get their power back until two days later. In other areas it took nearly a week or two for power to be restored. [2] At the time, it was the world's second most widespread blackout in history , after the 1999 Southern Brazil blackout . [3] [4] The outage, which was much more widespread than the Northeast Blackout of 1965 , affected an estimated 10 million people in Ontario and 45 million people in eight U.S. states.

The blackout's primary cause was a programming error or " bug " in the alarm system at the control room of FirstEnergy Corporation , an Akron, Ohio -based company. The lack of an alarm left operators unaware of the need to re-distribute power after overloaded transmission lines hit unpruned foliage, triggering a " race condition " in the energy management system software, a bug affecting the order of operations in the system. What would have been a manageable local blackout cascaded into massive widespread distress on the electric grid.


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