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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 […]

Energy, Energy Focus, Gas, Northern Europe, Pipeline Gas Journal

Big Politics at Work Behind Nordstream 2

February 2018, Vol. 245, No. 2 The supply of Russian natural gas across the Baltic Sea to Germany and onward to central and western Europe could be doubled by the proposed $10.6 billion (€9.5 billion) Nordstream 2 (NS2) pipeline. The 759-mile (1,200 km) pipeline, running parallel to Nordstream 1, will […]

Energy, Energy Security, Environment, Gas, Innovation, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal

ODORIZATION: The Not-So-Sweet Smell Of Safety

January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1 By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor Ensuring that natural gas is easily detectable is not just for the sake of customer safety but also concerns economics. For example, the loss of over 607,000 tons of gas by the Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) storage facility […]

Gas, National Grid, Pipeline Gas Journal, Technology

National Grid Rolls Out Pipeline Innovations

Nicholas Newman Pipeline and Gas Journal December 2017 Britain’s National Grid, operator of the country’s 4,722 miles of high-pressure gas pipeline network, is testing the use of a miniature gas robotic agile inspection device. This important innovation is the product of an $8.27 million (£6.3 million) research project and is […]

Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal

Spain Well-Entrenched as Natural Gas Island

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal November 2018 Spain is Europe’s fifth-biggest consumer of energy and seventh-largest market for natural gas, burning some 984 Bcf in 2015, when gas accounted for 18% of its  energy consumption. The industrial sector accounted for the lion’s share at 64%, with the remainder shared equally […]