Tag: technology

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/

Pori_waterjets MKFI [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Innovation, Shipping, Technology

A look at water jets

An increasing number of ships are using water jets instead of propellers for moving vessels through water.

oil rig
Energy, Energy Focus, Engineers, Exploration and Production, Gas, Industrial journalism, Innovation, Investment, Oil, Pipelines, Technology

The rigs of the future

Colorado School of Mines suggests that by 2050, chemical industrial lasers could perhaps replace conventional drilling solutions.

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Energy, Eniday, Innovation, Research and development, Technology

AI changes the robots in the energy sector

Since the oil price crash of the summer 2014, robots dedicated to either welding, drilling or inspection, but that are controlled by humans, have been widely adopted… Now, advances in artificial intelligence software and robotics research offer the prospect of freeing humans from dangerous and difficult tasks such as decommissioning nuclear plants and offshore oil and […]

Eniday, Innovation, Technology

Automation, an alternative to decommissioning

In many established oil and gas production areas, such as the Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea and elsewhere, an increasing number of fields are coming to the end of their planned operational lives. Therefore, global decommissioning costs are expected to rise… In many established oil and gas production areas, such as […]