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Energy business journalist, copy writer & consultant.
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My name is Nicholas Newman and I am a freelance writer who provides content for mostly b2b and corporate clients in various formats including features for trade magazines, content for content agencies and reports for corporate clients. So... #afrelec #africanreviewofbusinessandtechnology #afroil
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Virtual pipelines a solution for small scale LNG

Virtual pipelines a solution for small scale LNG | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Nicholas Newman Never heard of virtual pipelines, well I better explain they are scheduled shipments of oil and gas transported by either barge or ship. For instance, the Swiss-owned chemicals company INEOS is using a fleet of eight ocean-going multi-gas... #atlantic #gulfandpacificco #ineos
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In deep water: the UK’s first subsea-to-shore gas plant

In deep water: the UK’s first subsea-to-shore gas plant | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Nicholas Newman Ingenia magazine September 2016 Lying 125 kilometres west of the Shetland Islands, the Laggan-Tormore project involved the development of two gas fields and construction of a gas-processing... #davidhainsworth #lagganandtormore #operationsmanagerofexplorationandproductionattotaluk
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Recent Corporate Journalism Work for Clients

Recent Corporate Journalism Work for Clients | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Just completed  a series of onsite visits, research, market analysis and corporate journalism projects for various clients including: Oil Review Africa in London, United Kingdom Eniday magazine in Rome, Italy African Review in London, United Kingdom Pipeline & Gas Journal in Houston, Texas, United States Petroleum Review, London, United Kingdom Pipeline Coatings magazine in London,…
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Islands of Energy Potential - Nicholas Newman

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Nicholas Newman African Review February 2016 There are thousands of islands located on Africa’s many lakes and surrounding its coasts.

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Happy New Year in 2016 - Nicholas Newman

Happy New Year in 2016 - Nicholas Newman | energy journalist | Scoop.it
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Options for gas to power in South Africa

Options for gas to power in South Africa | energy journalist | Scoop.it

 

South Africa’s is facing chronic power supply problems. At present power supplies are tight causing load shedding at times. Problems being experienced in building new generating and distribution capacity to meet on-going growth in demand. New build gas- to- power is seen as one of the ways to tackle  South Africa’s power shortages. 

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New Oxford Cambridge Expressway Proposed - Oxford Prospect

New Oxford Cambridge Expressway Proposed - Oxford Prospect | energy journalist | Scoop.it
A study worth £512,000 will explore options into the potential for creating a dedicated road link between Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge.This new route could help relieve pressure on London's congested orbital motorway the M25. Though, it will be interesting to see what such a road would have on the business case for rebuilding and opening the East West rail link that follows the same route and serves the same destinations. Highways England has appointed WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, Halcrow and Steer Davies Gleave as a joint venture to lead the study. The study will consider options for improving connectivity between the towns and cities along from Oxford to Cambridge. It will also extend to the A34 as far as the M4. In particular, it will look at making use of existing roads where possible and considering the case for filling the missing links.
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Titian to Canaletto Drawing in Venice - Oxford Prospect

Titian to Canaletto Drawing in Venice - Oxford Prospect | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Discover how the splendour of Venice and its shimmering light influenced artists, resulting in compelling portraits, atmospheric landscapes of exceptional beauty and sensuous figure studies. Venetian art has long been associated with brilliant colours and free brushstrokes, but drawing has largely been written out of its history. This ground breaking exhibition, in collaboration with the Uffizi in Florence, is based on new research. It traces the role of drawing in Venice and its importance over three centuries, dispelling the myth that Venetian artists, including their greatest painter, Titian, had no interest in drawing. This is the first major exhibition of Venetian drawings in the UK and it includes over 100 magnificent works from the Uffizi, the Ashmolean, and Christ Church, Oxford, by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto and Canaletto.
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Coal and the religious Pole - Nicholas Newman

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Coal and the Catholic Church are two of the most powerful institutions in Poland but Pope Francis has put them into conflict with each other. The pontiff’s environmental message that coal “must be progressively and without delay replaced” is causing deep worry in the country, which boasts Europe’s largest coal sector and one of its most religious populations
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Are gensets the answer to Africa’s power problem?

Are gensets the answer to Africa’s power problem? | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Nicholas Newman African Review October 2016 Africa is at tipping point. Millions face power shortages due to unreliability. Could gen sets be the answer to these African energy prayers? Nicholas Newman reports Africa is a big market for gensets, according to Price Waterhouse... #clarkeenergy
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Recent Work In October

Recent Work In October | energy journalist | Scoop.it
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 October 2016. AFRELEC South Africa invites bidders to invest in its gas to power projects Because of... #airconditioning #blueorigin #boeing
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Given the new wave of LNG projects coming on line worldwide, where...

Given the new wave of LNG projects coming on line worldwide, where... | energy journalist | Scoop.it
Nicholas Newman Flame Blog September 2016 “Currently, there are over 100 liquefaction projects at various stages of construction,” says Patricia Roche, Senior Consultant of engineering, development and management firm Mott MacDonald. For instance, three new Australian... #lng #mottmacdonald
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Is Europe’s gas market ready for US imports? - Nicholas Newman

Is Europe’s gas market ready for US imports? - Nicholas Newman | energy journalist | Scoop.it

Nicholas Newman Flame Conference Blog February 2016 The first shipment of American Liquid Natural Gas, from Cheniere’s Sabine Pass LNG plant on the coast of Louisiana, is expected to leave by early March, [...]...

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How British NIMBYS are sabotaging renewables - Nicholas Newman

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Nicholas Newman Eniday February 2016 Over the past decade, British governments have supported the development and investment in renewables as part of efforts to cut reliance on fossil fuels and reduce [...]...


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Mekong river dilemma - Nicholas Newman

Mekong river dilemma - Nicholas Newman | energy journalist | Scoop.it

Nicholas Newman Eniday January 2016 There is a dilemma facing the people along the banks the Mekong River, located in Southeast Asia, to some future looks bleak and to others bright. 

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Renewables on track - Nicholas Newman

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How Africa is solving its energy crisis? - Nicholas Newman

How Africa is solving its energy crisis? - Nicholas Newman | energy journalist | Scoop.it

Have a look at my reporting on the efforts made by investors, operators, policy makers and regulators in tackling the problem of delivering affordable and reliable energy projects in a profitable manner in Africa. http://www.nicnewmanoxford.com/how-africa-is-solving-its-energy-crisis/

This list of links below is to articles I have written and published covering how investors, operators, policy makers and regulators have tackled the problem of delivering affordable and reliable energy projects in a profitable manner in Africa.

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Shedding light on South African Renewables - Nicholas Newman

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South African Renewable Independent Power Plants

Nicholas Newman Eniday November 2015

In South African cities, urban dwellers face regular power cuts.
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NEW INTEGRITY SOLUTIONS FACING MANY SAME OLD PROBLEMS - Nicholas Newman

NEW INTEGRITY SOLUTIONS FACING MANY SAME OLD PROBLEMS - Nicholas Newman | energy journalist | Scoop.it
imagpipelinThe protection of oil, gas and refined product pipelines against natural events such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis, not to mention human actions including construction excavations, illegal tapping and terrorist sabotage, is an ongoing concern for operators around the world. However, in the United States, the top three causes of pipeline failure reported by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) are construction excavations, corrosion and equipment failure (Figure1).
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The Haunted Manor Opera in POSK Theatre, London - Oxford Prospect

The Haunted Manor Opera in POSK Theatre, London - Oxford Prospect | energy journalist | Scoop.it
An age old Polish favourite classic opera came to London, The Haunted Manor with the libretto by Jan Checinski and music by Stanislaw Moniuszko. It was performed by an excellent group of professional opera singers, The Orchestra of POSK, and the very proficient amateur Mazury YMCA Dance Group of London. Feliks Tarnawski was the drama Director, and Stephen Ellery and Alexander Walker were the Conductors. The plot has two elements, one romantic and the other patriotic, representing 2 views of life in a Polish country manor house –firstly, idyllic family life and, secondly, patriotic readiness to fight for Poland’s independence during the 3 partitions time (when Russia, Prussia and Austria occupied Poland:1772 – 1793 – 1795). The original opera was first performed at the Teatr Wielki, Warsaw in 1865 only three times, before it was banned by the Russian Empire censors, because of its Polish revolutionary undertones.
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