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Nicholas Newman Nicholas Newman

Energy Journalist | offshoretechnology.com

Oxford, United Kingdom, Oxfordshire, UNITED KINGDOM

Energy Journalist, Copywriting, Energy Consultant, Editor and public speaker

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Biography

Nicholas is an established energy journalist, with deep passion, expertise and an extensive contacts network; my contacts book includes regulators, policy makers, investors, academics, researchers and consultants. He is well versed in researching, analysing, sourcing, project management, proposal pitching and writing features, white papers, reports and news stories for a broad range of international, national, local and online business press.

He has experience in the technology, geopolitics, markets and policies involved in the global energy industry business. His unique quality is his ability is to provide a geopolitical insight into the emerging energy challenges that face investors, consumers and decision makers.


Then contact Nicholas Newman, an Oxford based journalist with an excellent track record of providing copy for business.

Industry Expertise (3)

Writing and Editing

Cleantech

Energy

Areas of Expertise (3)

Microsoft Office

Online News

Multimedia Storytelling

Accomplishments (1)

Oxford First Tuesday (professional)

2010-08-31

We are based in and around Oxford and meet every first Tuesday of the month at the Lamb and Flag pub, St. Giles Oxford at 7-30pm onwards until the pub closes.We are a mutual networking and support organistion for creatives and media professionals based in Oxfordshire.

Education (6)

Cleland Journalism Training College: Diploma, Journalism 2005

Oxford Brookes University: Diploma, Economic Development 1996

Oxford Brookes University: PGCE, Business 2002

Oxford Brookes University: BA Hons, Town Planning 1995

Oxford Brookes University: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Research degree in econonomic development 2000

Oxford Brookes University: HNC, Public Administration 1992

Affiliations (4)

  • Energy Institute
  • FRSA.
  • Chartered Institute of Journalism
  • Oxford Institute of Energy Studies

Sample Talks (1)

Has CSS got a future in the UK?

Given the current slowness in the progress of development of new nuclear and renewable capacity in replacing Britain’s planned closure of coal [i]and oil power stations, gas power, is likely to continue to play a vital and important role in meeting the United Kingdom’s power needs.

Style

Availability

  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Workshop Leader
  • Host/MC
  • Author Appearance
  • Corporate Training

Fees

0 to 7000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee