On a worldwide basis, the industry decommissions an average of 120 offshore rigs a year. The prospective decommissioning of over 2,000 aging offshore oil and gas platforms, subsea wells and related assets is an upcoming challenge for companies as well as government treasuries… Offshore oil drilling, pioneered in the Gulf of Mexico in […]
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Nicholas Newman at nicnewmanoxford.com
Nicholas’ provides a broad range of business and energy industry journalism and copywriting services since 2000, focusing particularly on corporate communication with emphasis on features, industry reports, blogs and other investor communications. I have extensive experience writing, researching and reporting about the business world both for the British and international business media including AFRELEC, AFROIL, African Review, Eniday, Petroleum Review Pipeline Gas Journal, Telegraph etc. My business clients range from start-ups to Fortune 100 clients, in UK, Europe, South Africa and the US. For bigger projects, I have access to experts in a whole range of specialist that may be required to complete a large project.
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Nicholas is exceptionally knowledgeable about the energy industry and has first-rate contacts. He has a strategic mind and is constantly innovating. Highly recommended.
Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity
Tim ProbertEditor , Critical Power at Energy Storage
Nicholas is a first rate energy journalist and always looks at key topics from fresh angles. Furthermore, he continually manages to turn out insightful top-notch copy while engaging with everyone he meets in a friendly and professional manner
Kate GarrattHead of Energy, Aspectus PR
Nicholas is a fine Journalist, and holds value in doing good research, his knowledge is outstanding, a truly interesting and knowledgeable individual, but more than that he is a writer, understands construction of the article, and ensures it is readable.
Because of that, he holds the readers attention, and holds their hand and walks them through the article imparting knowledge along the way.
Anybody seeking to have an article written in the Energy Industry should seriously consider asking Nicolas to undertake it, I can not recommend him highly enough.
John KirbyConsultant, SPCo\R