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Britain, Eniday, Exploration and Production, Gas, Northern Europe, Oil, Shipping, Transport, Wind Power

What’s next for Britain’s oil capital?

Nicholas Newman Eniday August 2016 Last year, the UK’s oil and gas sector suffered a 30 percent drop in revenues, 43 percent of the North Sea fields operated at a loss and 65,000 jobs were lost. Likewise, investment in new projects took a hit, falling from an average of £8 billion […]

Africa, Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Country Reports, Eniday, Power, Power Grid, South Africa

Continental Shift: Africa’s emerging gas to power revolution

Nicholas Newman Continental Shift: Africa’s emerging gas to power revolution, a report just published, concerned with the issues of investing in gas fueled independent power production in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on South Africa. This report is based on meetings that took place in London offices of Freshfields Bruckhaus […]

Design, Energy, Engineers, Exploration and Production, Industrial journalism, Innovation, Oil, Technology

Plexus Ocean Systems Ltd

Nicholas Newman 22 July 2016 Energy journalist Nicholas Newman met the management team at Plexus Ocean Holdings in their Kensington and Chelsea, London offices. Plexus is an innovative engineering company, leasing wellhead and connectors technology to oil and gas exploration companies worldwide including the North Sea, Angola, Russia and Australia. At […]

Energy Trading, Eniday, Gas, Oil, Power

Energy traders words

Nicholas Newman Eniday July 2016 Do you know that those involved in the trade in energy have their own specialised language? In order to avoid misunderstandings, they have developed their own vocabulary, abbreviations, definitions and standard phrases… Brokers, independent energy trading companies and the trading arms of energy companies including RWE, […]