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Transition Economist 2022 Media Guide

Transition Economist's latest media guide is now available for download

Transition Economist has made available its 2022 media planner. Transition Economist has swiftly carved out an enviable niche as a provider of genuine value-add analysis in its space, very much in keeping with the heritage of its Petroleum Economist stablemate. The media planner shows how the brand is evolving with a rapidly changing industry.

Transition Economist may only celebrate its second birthday in 2022, but even in the short time since its launch, the landscape of its purview has changed dramatically. Lower carbon and net zero are no longer the future, they are front and central issues across the energy industry,” says Stuart Penson, Editor of Transition Economist. “Any number of hugely respected energy sector brands, both in oil and gas and also within the utility sector, and its technical and commercial service providers, have already reaped the benefit of partnering with Transition Economist.”

Owen Raw-Rees, Commercial Director, stated: "Transition Economist is consumed avidly by its readership of key energy industry decision-makers. The services outlined in this media planner show how the major players in the energy industry can connect with high-level decision-makers around the world.”

The planner includes information on digital media, print media, and mapping services.  The media planner may be accessed here.

For more information on the marketing and mapping solutions offered by Transition Economist, please contact Owen Raw-Rees at



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