|Date Posted||January 06, 2021|
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree|
Natural Gas Intelligence
Become part of an independent news team covering the U.S., Canada and Mexico natural gas markets, including the burgeoning international liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade.
Natural Gas Intelligence (NGI) is 40 years old and growing, expanding to meet the challenge of the natural gas era that is transitioning the world to a cleaner climate.
NGI is looking for a veteran business journalist who knows the LNG players and touches base with them regularly. You would have in depth knowledge of how North America fits into the evolving global LNG industry, with stories and a contact list to back it up.
Overall, you are interested in what makes things tick; a hard worker, motivated to learn and work to do the best job you can; prepared to meet hourly and daily deadlines; want to see your product through the digital process to internet publication; and creative enough to come up with new ideas and products.
This is a serious high-powered business. We’re seeking curious, intelligent, qualified journalists who are dedicated to delivering a top product. Experience as a business journalist working for a daily publication would put you at the top of the list, and knowledge of the oil and natural gas industry is a plus.
In this position you will help to build out NGI’s in-depth natural gas market, industry and government coverage. Whether it be at our Sterling, VA, headquarters near Washington, DC's Dulles Airport, at our Houston office, or from your home, we want to hear from you.
In addition to covering the natural gas, and in particular the global LNG trade, you would:
Cover oil and gas company quarterly/conference calls for results as well as story leads regarding new activities and trends
Interview LNG and gas industry principals on a regular basis
Embrace New Media, which would include regular podcasts/videos, as well as social media posts
Analyze daily market prices across North America to identify short- and long-term trends
Investigate new demand side developments among utilities, industrials and power plants
Report on natural gas producer activities, including drilling ventures
Track new long-line and midstream pipeline proposals
Report on federal and state regulatory and legislative actions affecting natural gas, LNG, production, transportation and sales
Source data/charts/tables and/or images for your stories
Learn and use a content management system for publishing content
Help frame the future of the industry and provide input on new publications and ventures
This is more an in-house job where you will be scanning wires and websites and calling sources to stay on top of new developments to round out your coverage. Travel to conferences and events across North America may be included.
Salary is highly competitive based on your qualifications. Yearly bonuses are based on your individual performance and NGI’s performance. Full benefits are offered for health, dental and vision, and there is the ability to participate in a 401k after one year.
Intelligence Press, an independent publisher, has been publishing B2B natural gas newsletters since 1981, operating from Northern Virginia with employees also based in Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Pittsburgh and Portland, OR, as well as Calgary and Santiago, Chile. Most of our editorial staff have been with us for at least a decade.
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