I have worked as a senior editor on, and contributor to, several specialist B2B publications focusing on global energy dynamics as well as geopolitics for more than a decade. I received my BA (Hons) in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University in 2006 and, shortly thereafter, entered the professional space. I have accrued extensive experience in researching and analysing business trends, conducting interviews across the corporate, government and academic worlds as well as writing, editing and publishing content to tight deadlines. My current focus is on geopolitical, corporate and risk analysis within the Asia-Pacific energy industry. My experience also extends to: producing insightful, industry-facing reports on the up-, mid- and downstream markets on a bespoke basis; developing multiyear forecasts on APAC upstream trends; managing writers, as well as copious other editorial responsibilities. I am at ease switching between British, Australian and American English as the need arises. I am skilled in the following software: Adobe InDesign & Acrobat, Microsoft Word & Excel, WordPress and GIMP 2.0.
The South China Sea has long been a geopolitical hot potato and this article focuses on recent developments in the Sino-Philippine maritime dispute to judge which side has been more agile in its manoeuvrings. – Published May 25, 2017
This research piece probed the likelihood of Malaysia being able to maintain a recent recovery in oil production in the coming years. - Published March 2, 2016