Top Energy Journalists

Top Energy Journalists

In times like these when the world’s energy security is constantly in question, these Top Energy Journalists have gone the extra mile to report on things that matter the most.

No one knows how fast the news stream flows in the energy journalism sector than us because we have had our pulse on these reporters for a long time now.

Our list of top energy journalists not only recognizes these reporters for their high-flying work, but we also wanted to formally nominate them for the Top Reporter of the year award on our platform. These fine gentlemen and ladies have reportedly brought updates from the energy sector, commentated on regulation and transmission projects around the world, and done whatever it takes to make the world a better place.

All thanks to these reporters and their audacious reporting skills, energy companies don’t take their word for granted. The mainstream utility sector acknowledges these journalists likewise, for it is due to their authentic reports, many companies have changed their stance on upcoming projects for the welfare of humanity.

From news concerning fossil fuel projects to renewables and environmentally friendly mineral extraction techniques, these top energy journalists have covered it all. Nearly 750 million in Europe, alone, have benefited from the work of an average energy sector news reporter since it causes conglomerates to aggressively pursue eco-friendly projects from time to time.

Chris Mooney

Climate and Environment Writer, The Washington Post


Chris Mooney

Christopher Cole Mooney is an American journalist and author of four books including The Republican War on Science (2005). Mooney’s writing focuses on subjects such as climate change denialism and creationism in public schools, and he has been described as “one of the few journalists in the country who specialize in the now dangerous intersection of science and politics.

Juliet Eilperin

Deputy Climate and Environment Editor, The Washington Post


Juliet Eilperin

Juliet Eilperin is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist at The Washington Post, editing stories on climate and the environment. She also is the author of two books, “Demon Fish: Travels Through the Hidden World of Sharks” and “Fight Club Politics: How Partisanship is Poisoning the House of Representatives.” Eilperin has worked for The Post since 1998. She previously served as The Post’s senior national affairs correspondent, White House bureau chief, national environmental reporter, and House of Representatives correspondent.

Jennifer Dlouhy

Energy and Environmental Policy reporter, Bloomberg


jenifer dlouhy

Jennifer Dlouhy is currently an energy and environment policy for Bloomberg. She did her bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia and started her career with The Beaumont Enterprise. Since then she has worked at San Antonio Express-News, Medium, The Economic Times, The Independent, Time Magazine, Chicago Tribune. She worked as a Correspondent for The Houston Chronicle, Hearst Newspapers for 10 years covering energy and environmental policy, with a special focus on oil and gas. She also reported on regional issues and Congress for The Albany Times Union and other Hearst publications

Cole Latimer

Energy Journalist, The Sydney Morning Herald


cole latimer

Cole Latimer is an Energy Journalist and covers the latest movements and developments in the Australian energy market. Prior to this, Cole Latimer was the Managing Editor of Australian Mining, Manufacturers’ Monthly, FEN, Logistics, and Materials Handling, and Safe To Work magazines and online communities, and covered the manufacturing, industrial, machinery, tools, engineering, and mining sectors.

Naser El Tibi

Senior Producer/Presenter, Al Arabiya News Channel


Naser El Tibi

An award-winning Broadcast Journalist based out of Dubai, with exceptional talent in gathering complex economic material and breaking it down into simple yet compelling content. He presents and produces the region’s leading Energy TV program: “The Future of Energy” which Hosts regional and global Energy leaders in Oil, Gas, and Renewables. Contributing to the ongoing conversation on the Global Energy Transition.

Jillian Ambrose

Energy Correspondent, Guardian News & Media


Jillian Ambrose

Jillian Ambrose is an energy correspondent at Guardian News & Media. She previously worked at The Telegraph as an energy editor. Ambrose is a Rhodes University alum with a BA in Journalism and Media Studies.

Lisa Friedman

Climate Change & Energy Reporter, The New York Times


Lisa Friedman

Lisa Friedman is a reporter on the climate desk, focusing on climate and environmental policy in Washington. She has covered eight international climate talks and chased climate-related stories from the bottom of a Chinese coal mine to the top of the snow-capped Himalaya Mountains. She and her husband own a pizzeria and a bakery in Washington’s Bloomingdale neighborhood.

Brad Plumer

Reporter, The New York Times


Brad Plumer

Brad Plumer is a climate reporter specializing in policy and technology efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions. He has also covered international climate talks and the changing energy landscape in the United States for The New York Times.

Eric Roston

Sustainability Editor, Bloomberg


Eric Roston

Author, award-winning journalist, and dynamic professional speaker with many years of experience writing engagingly and in-depth about energy, climate change, and sustainability.

Justin Worland

Senior Correspondent, TIME


Justin Worland

Justin is a Washington D.C.-based senior correspondent for the TIME, where he covers issues ranging from climate change to policies and politics. He is among the most credible and reputed cleantech journalists. He has also won the SEAL Environmental Journalism Award. In addition to this, he is the host of the popular Transition show, a podcast covering the transition from fossil fuels to renewables.

Coral Davenport

Correspondent, The New York Times


Coral Davenport

Coral Davenport covers energy and environmental policy, with a focus on climate change, from The Times’s Washington bureau. She has covered these issues since 2006, reporting for Congressional Quarterly, Politico and National Journal before joining The Times in 2013. Her coverage at The Times has included reporting from atop the Greenland ice sheet, breaking the news of Volkswagen’s illegal use of software devices to evade pollution regulations and a 2016 interview with President Obama about his efforts to build an environmental legacy.

Tom Randall

Senior Reporter, Bloomberg


Tom Randall

Tom Randall works as a senior reporter with Bloomberg, where he covers a special segment related to the future of energy and transportation. Being in the transportation segment, Tom frequently talks about Elon Musk and electric cars. He sheds light on how the future of transportation will shape up. He covers everything related to energy and transportation.

Jason Fordney

Editor, California Energy Markets


Jason Fordney

A professional journalist and photographer since 1998, focused since 2002 on the U.S. energy industry, including federal and state regulation (DOE, FERC), state regulatory bodies, courts, environmental issues, and financial news. Experienced writer and editor of multiple publications, with a passion for quality, high-level analysis of the ever-changing energy landscape.

Steve Voss

Commodity News Product Manager/ Senior Editor, Bloomberg


Steve Voss

Steve Voss has been a journalist for over 25 years, generally focused on energy. Reported from around the world covering energy events, breaking news, including OPEC, Davos, United Nations, print and broadcast, and managed team across Europe, Middle East, Africa. In 2014, formed a new venture, First Word Oil, Bloomberg’s real-time news service aimed at the oil-trading community, and have global remit as product manager/senior editor as we expanded this venture, adding similar First Word channels for Metals, Agriculture and Gas/LNG. The most recent new channel was European Power, including carbon.

Dino Grandoni

Reporter, The Washington Post


Dino Grandoni

Dino Grandoni is a reporter on the national desk of The Washington Post, focused on covering the Environmental Protection Agency, climate change and other environmental issues. He previously was the author of a daily tipsheet on the energy and environmental policy, The Energy 202. Before The Post, he was the climate and energy reporter at BuzzFeed News, where he covered the intersection of science, industry and government. Before that, he co-wrote a series on ExxonMobil’s early climate-change research for a reporting project based at Columbia Journalism School and published in the Los Angeles Times. He has also been the technology editor at the Huffington Post and a reporting fellow at the New York Times and the Atlantic.

Michael Copley

Senior Reporter, S&P Global Market Intelligence


Michael Copley

Michael has reported on the global renewable energy industry for nearly a decade, with a focus on the intersection of clean energy and financial markets. In October 2020, Michael broke news about the solar industry’s dependence on China’s autonomous Xinjiang region for a critical raw material and the reputational, legal and financial risks that exposure poses to some of the world’s largest companies as the U.S. moves to confront Beijing over its alleged abuses of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities there. Michael was also part of a team that investigated the investment surge into natural gas infrastructure in the U.S. in recent years and the growing risk that those assets could become stranded as the cost of cleaner alternatives continues to fall.

Lillian Federico

Research Director, S&P Global Market Intelligence


Lillian Federico

Ms. Federico has been following the power and gas utility sector for more than 30 years, and the water sector for the last three years at Regulatory Research Associates, which is now an offering of S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Allison Good

Senior Power Finance Reporter, S&P Global Market Intelligence


Allison Good

Allison Good’s coverage cuts across industry mergers and acquisitions, private equity investment, bankruptcies and ESG issues around the oil and gas industry. Previously, she reported on North America’s LNG sector for S&P Global and also worked at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of International Affairs after obtaining her master’s degree in Middle East Studies from The George Washington University. Her recent work includes oil and gas companies’ energy transition efforts, bankruptcy fallout from the 2020 oil price crisis, and energy infrastructure permitting.

Adam Wilson

Renewable Energy Analyst, S&P Global Market Intelligence


Adam Wilson

Adam Wilson is an analyst with the Regulatory Research team at S&P Global Market Intelligence specializing in U.S. renewable energy policy and analysis. He has worked in renewable energy for over five years, specializing in wind, solar, and energy storage research. Prior to joining S&P Global, Adam worked at Navigant and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory conducting research and analysis on wind energy and distributed generation. Adam holds a BS in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado-Denver.

Anjli Raval

Senior Energy Correspondent, Financial Times


Anjli Raval

Anjli Raval covers the world’s biggest oil and gas companies, Opec energy policy, and the global transition towards cleaner fuels. Before joining the natural resources team, she was an editor and reporter in New York writing about the US consumer economy. She has also worked in the New Delhi bureau and on the companies, markets, comment and analysis desks in London since starting at the FT in 2009.

David Sheppard

Energy Editor, Financial Times


David Sheppard

David Sheppard runs the FT’s energy and environmental coverage reporting on companies as they navigate the energy transition, oil and gas markets, Opec, and the powerful trading houses that move the world’s natural resources. He was previously energy markets editor at the FT in London and a senior reporter at Reuters, working in London, New York, and Iraq.

Matt McGrath

Energy Editor, BBC


Matt McGrath

Award-winning environment correspondent with a demonstrated history of working in broadcast and online media. Skilled in writing, broadcast journalism, media production, and social media. Broad, detailed knowledge of environmental issues, especially climate change. First international winner of the BBVA Biophilia Award, also former Science Journalism Fellow at MIT.

Roger Harrabin

Journalist, BBC


Roger Harrabin

Roger Harrabin is the BBC’s Energy and Environment Analyst, and one of their senior journalists on the environment and energy. He has broadcast on environmental issues since the 1980s and has won many awards in print, TV, and radio. He is an honorary Fellow at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge. a Visiting Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford, an Associate Press Fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge and has received an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Cranfield University.

Kurt Abraham

Editor-in-Chief/Chief forecaster, World Oil Magazine


Kurt Abraham

Kurt Abraham is Executive Editor of World Oil. He is responsible for day-to-day management of content, heading up forecasting, and developing new products. Kurt has 30 years of industry experience. He earned a BA degree in journalism and business administration from Texas A&M University. His experience includes all four major media, as well as a major trade association.

Ed Crooks

Vice-Chairman of Energy, Wood Mackenzie


Ed Crooks

Ed Crooks joined Wood Mackenzie in 2019 as Vice-Chair, Americas. Based in New York, he covers the full range of commodities, technologies, and sectors, with a particular focus on climate policy, economics, and the energy transition. He writes Wood Mackenzie’s popular Energy Pulse newsletter, analyzing the latest developments in the world of energy.

Tina Casey

Staff Writer, Triple Pundit


Tina Casey

Tina Casey specializes in energy, military, and corporate sustainability, advanced technology, emerging materials, biofuels, and water, and wastewater issues.

Jeff Brady

Correspondent, National Public Radio


Jeff Brady

Jeff Brady is a national-desk reporter for National Public Radio. He is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and covers the energy industry and general issues in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States.

Jack Wittels

Reporter, Bloomberg


Jack Wittels

Jack Wittels is currently a Reporter at Bloomberg LP where he writes about oil products and shipping’s energy transition. He has previously worked at renowned publications such as The Independent and Argus media before he joined Bloomberg. He is a University of Manchester alum and has a Masters’s degree in Creative Writing, and is currently based in London.

Nerijus Adomaitis

Energy Correspondent, Thomson Reuters


Nerijus Adomaitis

Nerijus Adomaitis is a Norweigian journalist working as an Energy Correspondent for Thomson Reuters where he started off as a contractor correspondent fifteen years ago. he has a degree in journalism from the Vilnius University and has previously worked at the Baltic News Service (BNS) and Verslo žinios.

Wayne Barber

Reporter, Exchange Monitor Publications


Wayne Barber

Wayne Barber is a reporter for Exchange Monitor Publications who covers radioactive waste cleanup, environment, and energy. He has worked at many well-known publications such as SNL Energy, Financial TImes Energy and PennWell before joining Exchange Monitor.

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