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I am an Oxford based energy journalist , who writes about all aspects of the global energy business including exploration, production, investment, markets, technology, regulation, leadership, innovation, policy making and management. www.nicnewmanoxford.com
I specialise in the following topics: oil and gas exploration and production together with power generation, including renewables and nuclear. Much of my energy writing is concerned with trends in policies, risks, exploration and production technologies as well as trading in energy resources. This includes, for instance in the gas sector, all aspects of current market policy, political and technological trends and developments that may affect the exploration, production and trading in natural gas, shale gas, CSG and LNG. In addition, I often have to examine and analyse shifts in the terms of trade between coal, gas and oil as they are affected by structural market changes or opportunities and policy developments. For instance, there is the move towards deeper waters for offshore oil and gas production which is turning countries like Brazil and Angola into energy giants. A unique contribution of my writing is to provide a geopolitical insight into the emerging energy challenges that face investors, consumers and decision makers. My main asset is my ability to turn clients’ complex and technical and financial stories into compelling narratives. My writing provides a gateway for investors and decision makers to comprehend the often complex issues that face the energy sector in a given part of the world, for example, the recent developments in Kazakhstan. I regularly investigate emerging market demand and supply and how different solutions are being applied to common problems such as, adoption of environmental regulations and laws by Arctic nations’ following Norway’s lead in exploiting the Arctic Ocean oil and gas resources sustainably. I am well versed in researching, analysing, and sourcing my publications from a broad range of international, national, local and online business press and corporate clients. I am available for both short pieces of 750 to 1000 words and long pieces up to 5,000. In addition, I have undertaken technology reviews and assessments. Most recently , I have supplied analysis about the viability of Russian government innovation policies for Engineering and Technology Magazine, a survey and assessment of exploration technologies for Petroleum Review and an investigation of Australian clean coal carbon capture technology for Power Engineering International.
Journalist since 1979. Former editor of four Thomson Publications trade titles in Zimbabwe; formerly editor of TTN (Travel & Tourism News Middle East); formally at the Gulf News in Dubai. Currently freelancing and blogging from Dubai UAE. Born in Bulawayo Zimbabwe, I write on subjects across the board. Contact me at tuppy.robertson (@) gmail.com
Freelance: Print, Web, Photo, Video
I have over 600 articles under my belt on topics as diverse as the arts (art, culture, film, music, books/literature), heritage, community and education. I've also written about business, medical, environmental, police, and general news - including the odd sports story! Nowadays though, I tend to stick to arts and culture stories. My high-quality content is always delivered during tight deadlines, receiving positive feedback from both my editors, sources and the public. I am based in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Escritora. Periodista. Bloguera. Writer. Journalist. Blogger.
Graduada con un Bachillerato en Artes en Comunicación de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras. Aquí encontrarás: noticias, crónicas, cuentos, poemas y críticas. Graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus with a BA in Communication. Here you will find my print/ online news, chronicles, short stories, poems, and reviews.
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I am a marketing professional with experience in the Australian publishing industry. I am interested in the realm of digital marketing and strive to always be learning, whether that means undertaking tertiary education or online learning through Google Garage, Code Academy or other avenues of further learning. My education includes an undergraduate degree in journalism and a postgraduate degree in editing and publishing. I am currently part way through my Masters in Marketing at RMIT.
Journalist, MSc Environment & Development
Hi there! I work as a freelance science writer and hold a master's degree in Environment & Development from the University of Edinburgh (UK). Science, technology, environmental issues, development and humanities are some of the beats that I like to cover. Addicted to travelling and exploring new cultures, I also work as a travel writer and occasionally as a photographer here and there. Disclaimer: I'm a heavy drinker of erva mate, a traditional herbal infusion from South America.
International Freelance Journalist
I'd like to think journalists have a sense of adventure, at the very least I believe they share some sort of stubborn sense of curiosity. The kind that sends them off looking for things. My curiosity led me from Cape Town, South Africa to Bologna, Italy to Washington DC and now I've found myself in San Francisco. Following the trail of innovation, the scent is strong here. Some of this journey was inspired by academic curiosity and some of it was my need to try on another skin, and see if I could contribute a different way, to try out the business side of things. The result: an MA in International Relations and International Economics, a concentration in Energy, Resources and the Environment and work experience in startup companies in the sustainability and clean technology. Back to the journalism. I'm most content with a challenge, when I have the opportunity to learn. What I've learnt so far, is that, sometimes, regardless of what skins you try on or whether they fit, it is the things that got deep under your skin in the first place that you find yourself circling back to. I'd like to think that this experience makes me a better journalist than I was before. Favourite beats: alternative energy, sustainable development, international resources and the environment. Please feel free to browse some of my past work listed here, my blog and LinkedIn and Twitter pages. Also feel free to contact me, feedback to connect or for writing purposes.
Dana is an environmental journalist focusing on climate change reporting. She writes regularly for DeSmog and Climate Liability News, covering clean transportation, fossil fuel industry opposition to climate action, and climate change lawsuits. In 2017 Dana completed a Master's degree in Environmental Law & Policy with a certificate in Climate Law from Vermont Law School. Prior to attending VLS she worked as a reporter at several weekly newspapers and as a freelance environmental journalist. She has also interned at the Worldwatch Institute, Vermont Natural Resources Council, Schumacher Center for a New Economics, Center for EcoTechnology, EcoLogic Development Fund, OurEarth.org, and YES! Magazine. At a time when both the media and the environment are under attack by the Trump administration, and when the market for environmental journalism is dwindling, Dana is determined to use her sharp writing and reporting skills and her knowledge of environmental issues to defy "alternative facts" and keep the public informed. Topics of specialization include climate change, clean energy, and citizen activism.
National News Editor, CNN
As a journalist, I'm most interested in new and evolving ways to gather and share stories. It isn't just about what is said, but how it's said. I am particularly intrigued by places where technology, culture and society butt heads. I currently work as a National News Editor. I am responsible for identifying and developing domestic news stories for all CNN platforms...digital, television, mobile, social. My team oversees the editorial and operations of our domestic news coverage, ensures continuing coverage to continuously break news on priority stories and partners with all platforms to create written and visual content. Locally, I wrote for years at FREEwilliamsburg.com where I reported and provided commentary on art, music, news and events in the Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. My stories have been featured on the websites of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post, among others. If you've a lead on a compelling story- hit me up!
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