Health and Safety

Health and Safety, Technology

I vestiti intelligenti

Nicholas Newman Eniday January 2016 Qualunque sia il lavoro, l’abbigliamento e l’attrezzatura personale indossati da chi lavora nell’industria dell’energia sono diventati sempre più sofisticati sia per tecnologia funzionale che per fattura. Equipaggiarli per proteggerli dai pericoli e dalle intemperie, e per dare loro comfort, è sempre più considerato un costo obbligato […]

Africa, America, Asia, Britain, Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Eastern Europe, Eniday, Gas, Health and Safety, Industrial journalism, Industry Reports, Journalism, Northern Europe, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipeline Coating, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Power, Power Grid, Renewables, Reports, Technology

Recent Corporate Journalism Work for Clients

Just completed  a series of onsite visits, research, market analysis and corporate journalism projects for various‘s clients including: Oil Review Africa in London, United Kingdom Eniday magazine in Rome, Italy African Review in London, United Kingdom Pipeline & Gas Journal in Houston, Texas, United States Petroleum Review, London, United […]

Engineers, Health and Safety, Human Resources

Skills Gap in the Marine Maintenance Energy Sector To Worsen?

By: Nicholas Newman Not having the right people can cause the industry delays and cost millions in lost income. A typical rig, as leased from Transocean Ltd, the world’s largest owner of offshore rigs, can cost operators such as BP at least $3-5 million a week. “The current shortage is […]

Britain, Engineers, Health and Safety, Human Resources, Industry Reports, Recruitment, South East Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe

The World is Desperate for Energy Engineers!!!

By Nicholas Newman   It’s not a scarcity of oil the world should be worried about but more importantly a desperate skills shortage of engineers. This is especially so for the global energy industry. For many jobs, the number of vacancies exceeds the number of skilled experienced engineers that are […]

Africa, Baker Hughes Worldwide Rig Count, Fire Prevention, Gulf States, Health and Safety, Middle East

Using effective HSE Training to mitigate risk

Nicholas Newman Oil Review Africa Issue six 2014 -Drilling for oil and gas, whether onshore or offshore, carries potential considerable risks ranging from   small incidents like pipeline leak, fires, massive explosions leading to loss of life. This record of incidents demonstrates that the industry must always be aware of rig […]