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Guest post invitation

18th October 2012

Calling oil and gas bloggers

 

Oil & Gas Technology is about to launch a dedicated channel for oil and gas bloggers. We want to open up our blog to weekly guest post submissions from writers, other bloggers and readers such as you.

 

A little bit about us
Oil & Gas Technology (Brazil, Russia, India, China) showcases the latest technologies and innovations which are continuing to shape the oil and gas industry worldwide. Through exclusive and high-quality news, interviews, case studies and technical articles which focus on key areas such as exploration and production, refining and processing, downhole and drilling as well as subsea and pipeline technologies, we bring a total readership of over 240,000 in Brazil, Russia, India and China the most important developments  and opportunities in the sector.

 

Our aims
Oil & Gas Technology's new blog section aims to give you as well as our other writers in our thriving team the opportunity to showcase original material to a wide readership and explore ideas in greater detail, in a forum that is both partial and polemical. The articles should aim to weave together analysis, opinion and experience and be written from a clear and definable perspective.

We’re open to pitches on almost any topic within the oil and gas sector as long as they relate in some sense or bear relevance to the BRIC markets and/or growth economies. Articles should be around 500-1500 words long. If you have any ideas and are keen to contribute please get in touch at editor@oilandgastechnology.net. Please also include a brief outlook of what you do, along with a photograph of yourself, reference of your blog address and any social media account you may have.

Here are the specifications if you’d like to submit a guest post to the Oil & Gas Technology blog:

 

Guidelines

  1. Your post must be original and not previously published either on the web or in print.
  2. You agree not to publish it anywhere else, including your own blog or web site. You may, however, post a brief “tease” or summary on your site that links to the post.
  3. You may provide up to three byline links: one for your blog or website, one for your bio or About page, and one for your Twitter username (optional).
  4. Your post should be at least 500 words long and no more than 1500 words.

 

Editing
The Oil & Gas Technology team might edit your blog for grammar, punctuation and spelling. In the unlikely event that the editorial team wants to make substantial changes to any of the content we will contact you for your approval before posting it. 

We might also write a brief introduction to give context to your blog.

 

If you feel that you've got something to say about oil and gas and would like to share your insights with a wider audience that includes BRIC and other emerging markets, we look forward to hearing from you.