TARRYTOWN, NY (PRWEB) JUNE 30, 2016
InfoDesk has launched a weekly blog designed specifically to keep energy industry professionals updated on the changing energy landscape. The new Energy Industry blog provides weekly updates on all aspects of the energy industry, including oil and gas, nuclear and renewable energy news, as well as regulation and other global market trends.
For example, this week, in the wake of the controversial Brexit vote, the blog looks at the vote’s potential impact on the energy market. Among other predictions, the blog explains how Brexit could hurt ET CO2 reduction goals, even requiring a rewrite of the Paris Climate Agreement. Read the blog article.
“In the hotly contested Brexit debate, one thing is clear: Brexit will create economic uncertainty,” according to a recent report by Vivid Economics, commissioned by National Grid, the British energy grid operator.
The Vivid Economics report is just one of the many sources cited in the blog article. In fact, the new Blog features original and curated information about a variety of trending energy topics with links to multiple authoritative sources.
All articles are written by InfoDesk editorial services using InfoDesk’s proprietary content curation tools. Other recent blog articles have included: The Fracking Industry in Britain, Renewable Energy Expansion and Global Oil Prices and How the Aramco IPO Signals Change in Saudi Arabia.
Each week the blog features a new article by Leonard Hancock, Senior Editor and Blogger on the InfoDesk Editorial Services Team. Hancock specializes in energy industry intelligence. Readers are encouraged to subscribe to the blog to receive emails when new articles have been posted.
InfoDesk, a leading provider of information management and curation solutions, developed a series of industry blogs, including the new Energy Industry blog, to showcase its editorial services. InfoDesk editorial services provide “actionable intelligence” to a number of the world’s leading corporations, government agencies and management consulting firms. Whether they are looking for full-service curated briefings or tools to help them manage, curate and distribute their internal content, InfoDesk solutions can be tailored to meet each client’s needs and budget.
InfoDesk helps organizations integrate, manage and share all of their information resources on a single “content neutral” platform. InfoDesk has been providing actionable intelligence to multinational corporations, government agencies and other organizations since 1999. InfoDesk is based in New York with offices in London, Washington, DC and India. Learn more about InfoDesk.