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Recent Work in September

Here are a few examples of my recent energy journalism and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of September 2016.


African Review

Marine Diesels Prospects

A look at the state of the market for marine diesels

Genset Markets

A look at the latest market developments in the African Genset market

Petroleum Review

Australian Gas Prospects

A look at the trials and tribulations facing the Australia’s gas sector at home and abroad


electric car debate

Which countries are speeding ahead with electric cars?

Several major economies including the US, France, Germany, Japan and China are speeding ahead in the race to use electric cars. Norway has announced that it will ban the sale of petrol and diesel-driven cars by 2025.

The pollution challenge

Across the world, pollution is a major problem, causing ill health and even early deaths.

The Fuel of the Future is gas

The first liquefied natural gas tanker ship passed through the expanded Panama Canal on July 25, hauling gas from the U.S. Gulf Coast.

Energy is water hungry

Energy sector is one of the largest consumers of water in a drought-threatened world.

Flame Blog

Given the new wave of LNG projects coming on-line worldwide, where will it all go?

Pipeline Gas and Journal

Horn of Africa Pipeline Project

The $1.55bn multi-product fuel pipeline will transport diesel, gasoline and jet fuel from the Port of Djibouti to central Ethiopia, to meet Ethiopia’s demand for refined oil products, which is growing at a rate of 15% a year

Telegraph – Eon

Completed blog content on business energy usage on the following topics:

  1. EV focus – how E.ON is providing vehicle charge points and infrastructure and why businesses such as hotels and car parks can profit from it
  2. What are the corporate benefits of changing to a renewable supply, ref Bain & Co report
  3. How LEDs work and why they’re more efficient than traditional filament bulbs.


Ongoing corporate communication and marketing work

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