Tag: Environment

Energy, Eniday, Europe

Farewell to Polonia’s coal

Thanks to coal, Poland has the second most polluted air after Bulgaria and more than 44,000 premature deaths a year have been attributed to smog in Gdansk, Krakow and Warsaw. In coming decades, the challenge for Poland will be to reduce coal’s share in electricity generation from around 80% to zero by 2040. A combination of […]

Business, Energy, Environment, Gas, Oil, Rigzone

Oil Industry Balancing Growth, Carbon Footprint Cuts

Climate anxiety is the driver for oil and gas companies turning themselves greener.

EU flags waving in front of European Parliament building in Brussels
Business, Caribbean, Central Asia, coal, Eastern Europe, Energy Focus, Energy Management, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Eniday, Environment, Europe, Gas, Industrial journalism, Industry Reports, Investment, Marketing, North America, Northern Europe, Oil, Petroleum Review, Pipeline Gas Journal, Pipelines, Ports, Power, Power Grid, Quatre Ltd, Renewables, Rigzone

Work completed for various clients in September 2019

Here below is a list of some of the freelance journalism work covering a range of topics including energy, industrial, environmental and technology topics, I have completed for various clients worldwide during the month of September 2019. In addition, I list briefly some of the corporate communications, marketing, networking and public relations work I have done for client. To find out more what I can do for your business https://www.nicnewmanoxford.com/contact/

Portliner barge
Energy, Europe, Innovation, Investment, Shipping, Technology

Are batteries a viable option for shipping?

However, efforts by innovators to electrify shipping has only just begun. In a few months, for instance, we will see the first 100 percent electric barges operating in the inland waters serving the European ports of Antwerp, Amsterdam, and Rotterdam.

Malta FLNG
Flame Conference, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, Power

Powering up the Mediterranean LNG Market

The introduction of strict new European Union emission legislation is encouraging small Mediterranean island communities to invest in new power plants to accommodate liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other alternative fuels. This feature examines plans by five islands with markedly  small populations to switch to LNG for gas-to-power projects, ship […]