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Bryan Sims

Houston, TX
Energy Reporter, Oil — Reuters
Covers:  Cash crude oil markets, macro oil supply/demand, midstream oil/gas operators and market, petrochemicals, natural gas/NGL, renewables/biofuels
Doesn't Cover: Politics, agriculture, metals

Content Specialist for @OpportuneLLP. Father/husband, @UofNorthDakota grad, @Vikings fan, retired Army veteran, @Reuters alum. Opinions/RTs are my own

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Serve as oil markets correspondent for Thomson Reuters in Houston, TX. With over 10 years of energy reporting experience, I have covered everything from biofuels and petrochemicals to LNG and oil and gas. Enjoy networking with industry stakeholders and participants to learn more about key themes/...


What does it mean to be a journalist?

To inform the public with unbiased facts responsibly with integrity.

What tools and software do you use to do your job?

Google, social media such as Twitter and LinkedIn and other social networking tools. Also use Microsoft Office programs such as Word.

Aside from your own, what's your favorite publication to read?

Wall Street Journal or CNN


2013 - Award of Excellence >> Ethanol & Biofuels News >> Green Newsletters
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2013 - Eddie Award >> Business to Business >> Energy/Utilities/Engineering >> Single Article
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