Month: March 2018

At the Ashmolean after hours event
Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Energy Policy, Ghostwriting, International Maritime Organization, Investment, Journalism

Recent work completed for both media and corporate clients in March

  Here are a few examples of the corporate public relations, journalism, editing,  writing, reporting and analysis I have completed for various clients in the past month. PV Magazine How cryptocurrencies mining is bringing new profitable prospects for renewables? A look at the various renewables energy solutions out there, that […]

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Energy Trading, Europe, Flame Conference, Innovation, Research and development, Technology

EU Gas Trading in Transition: The Impact of Blockchain

In this second of two articles covering the transition of EU gas trading, Nicholas Newman discusses how  natural gas trading in Europe may be on the cusp of a blockchain revolution. You can read the first article here. Blockchain technology, most commonly associated with trading cryptocurrencies, is a virtual digital and decentralised […]

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business energy management, Exploration and Production, Innovation, Investment

Energy Startups Face Challenges, But Path To Success Exists

Today it has never been easier or cheaper to launch an energy startup since many need little in terms of money or supplies as their ideas have gone no further than their laptops. The leap from concept to prototype and on to the market is when startups need to raise […]

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Energy, Energy Trading, Flame Conference, Gas

EU Gas Trading in Transition: Gas Hubs & Pricing

In the first of two articles discussing the transition of EU gas trading, Nicholas Newman examines the contribution virtual gas hubs have made towards creating a fully-integrated European energy market. Europe is the world’s second largest gas consuming region after the United States. With declining domestic output from the region’s […]

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Energy, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines

Forties Pipeline System Shutdown

On Dec. 11, a hairline crack 5 to 6 inches long was detected during a routine inspection of the Forties Pipeline System (FPS) near Netherley, just south of Aberdeen, Scotland. As a result, the pipeline’s new owner, Ineos, announced a shut-down, anticipating weeks for repairs. The suspension of this pipeline, […]