Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of January 2017. Pipeline and Gas Journal The Nigeria-to-Morocco Gas Pipeline: a political pipedream? In December 2016, the King of Morocco and Nigeria’s government […]
Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of July 2016. AFROIL Build a power station in Africa South Africa’s growing economy is suffering from a shortage of power. Eniday China’s renewable revolution […]
Nicholas Newman Eniday June 2016 Increasingly we are seeing more and more buildings producing their own power to provide internal heat and power, but also export power to the grid. It is becoming common practice for new and old buildings including offices, shopping centres, factories and homes to provide some or […]
Nicholas Newman Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of June 2016. Informa South Africa announces first steps to import LNG A look at the preparations the country is making in importing […]
Just completed three features for Eniday magazine. These are about: Building a pipeline is not just about drawing a line on the map, and then sending a team to build an oil or gas pipeline. – In fact, it is a lot more complicated than that, this is certainly the case, […]
Nicholas Newman Eniday February 2016 Over the past decade, British governments have supported the development and investment in renewables as part of efforts to cut reliance on fossil fuels and reduce greenhouse emissions. However, there has been a small vocal minority, who have hated the sight of renewables on […]
Energy specialist Nicholas Newman, speaks with Alex Iszatt @alexontv about the government’s energy policy impact on renewable projects in Oxfordshire.
Nicholas Newman Petroleum Review May 2014 – Following the Fukushima disaster in April 2011, Japan the world’s third largest economy, closed down all but two of its 50 main nuclear reactors responsible for providing around 30% of Japan’s electricity (World Nuclear Association, May 2013). In September 2013, Japan’s last […]