Oxford Corporate Journalism

Oxford Corporate Journalism

Need an Oxford-based corporate journalist? Someone who can provide clear, creative, and commercially focused communication services? You’re in the right place! Contact details: Nicholas Newman: Telephone: +44-(0)1865 762710 Mobile: 0758 0469 514 Skype: oxfordprospect Email: [email protected] LinkedIn What I Do…? I provide essential communication services for: Business-to-Business Business to Trade […]

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Did you know most African pipelines are built for export?

Did you know most African pipelines are built for export?

  Nicholas Newman 9 December 2014 However, we are beginning to see new trends developing. These are: Development of national domestic networks. In recent years we have seen announcements of plans to construct national networks in Nigeria and South Africa on a similar scale to that of Algeria. The expansion […]

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Turning Point, 2015

Turning Point, 2015

Nicholas Newman Shale Gas Investment Guide December 2014. The UK is one of the four major European countries in which investors have high expectations that shale gas exploration could be a commercial success by 2020. British-owned   Cuadrilla Resources, an independent pioneer of fracking in the UK, has been joined by […]

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Oil Business Portfolio

Oil Business Portfolio

A new direction for hydrocarbons All of the Caribbean Community Member States depend  heavily on fossil fuels, and are therefore sensitive to changes in the price of oil and natural gas.  Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname are the only countries out of the 15 Member States that are self-sufficient in oil and gas, […]

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Power-train plans

Power-train plans

Nicholas Newman Petroleum Review September 2013. Modern trains can be powered by a wide variety of fuels including nuclear, bio-fuels, solar, batteries, hydrogen and gas. However, the most dominant fuel source for powering the global rail-road industry today remains diesel and electric – although coal or wood-burning steam trains still […]

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