Asia Oil Correspondent Jobs Vacancy in Company Clementi
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Reuters is looking for a driven, experienced energy journalist to report on Asia’s large and fast growing energy markets, based in Singapore, one of the world’s most important oil trading hubs. Focusing refined products, this is a key reporter role covering the region’s fast changing fuel markets in the world’s fastest growing consumer region. The reporter will be expected to produce in-depth stories about the impact of OPEC’s crude supply cuts, changes in the refined product markets ranging from new fuel standards to the challenges coming from the rise of electric vehicles. He or she will also be expected to spot changing trade flows and arbitrage opportunities as new suppliers come to the market and demand also shifts. The reporter will work in a highly competitive news environment. The role requires a drive to engage directly with participants in an often opaque market in order to develop and maintain relevant contacts. Beyond the ability to deliver fast and clear copy, the job also requires ease of handling/analyzing data as well as cooperating with the multi-media team including graphics, pictures and TV.
At least 5 to 7 years of experience reporting energy or commodity markets.
Proven ability to break news fast and reliably.
Willingness to engage with market participants in order to build up and maintain relevant contacts. This includes cold-calling trading desks, attending industry events, and meeting sources directly.
Comfort with maintaining and using databases to generate data-driven stories.
Strong news judgment, ability to write with speed, clarity and accuracy.
Excellent written English; knowledge of Asian languages preferential.