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Recent work completed for clients in January

Here are a few examples listing some of my recent industrial, business, energy journalism, copy editing, copy writing, and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of January. CDE Industries Provision of marketing, public relations, brand development and content strategies consultancy services. Eniday […]

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What next for China’s gas imports?

China’s industrialisation drive has already made it the world’s third largest market for gas after the US and Russia. With consumption reaching 206bcm (billion cubic meters) in 2016, China is on the threshold of “take-off”, with demand expected to rise to 300bcm by 2020 doubling to 600 bcm by 2040 […]

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How gas is adapting to markets and technologies

Nicholas Newman Flame September 2017 The last decade has seen dramatic changes in the global gas market, because of the arrival of new supplies, challenges, and technological solutions. For instance, the global gas glut has encouraged new opportunities to occur in the transport, petrochemical and power generation sectors. In addition, […]

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Global Commodities Report

Nicholas Newman Flame Amsterdam Blog 2017 “We are beginning to see various fuels acting in a similar manner, irrespective if it is oil, gas or coal,” stated Chris Main – Energy Markets Strategist, Citigroup Global Markets. Market trends used to indicate that the U.S. would become a net importer, whereas […]

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The World Energy Outlook 2017

Nicholas Newman Flame Amsterdam Conference Blog May 2017 “The world is starting to see a slowdown in CO2 emissions” stated Tim Gould of the IEA. “ Part of it is due to governments introducing  energy reforms, and  in part because coal is no longer the lead growth fuel”. A common […]