FSN News Team Energy Expert
Richard R. Loomis
is the founder of World Energy magazine, editor-in-chief of World Energy Monthly Review, designer of World Energy Source, and producer of World Energy Television and World Energy Educational Programs. He is responsible for creating a network of more than 250 CEOs, presidents, chairmen, energy dignitaries and consultants who write for his publications; overall design of the publications and Web site; subscriptions; and representation of the publication, now entering its 10th year of publication. For World Energy Monthly Review he writes feature editorials on topics ranging from politics to new technologies for the industry. During his career, he has interviewed more than 500 CEOs serving the energy industry.
Mr. Loomis began his career as a graphic assistant at Palisades Previews in Los Angeles, where he learned to do spot illustration, spec type and prepare art boards to be shot for film. He moved into the sales department at age 17 for Previews magazine in the Malibu area. Mr. Loomis graduated from the University of the Pacific with a bachelor's degree in business with an emphasis on marketing and graphic design. While at the university, he started his first publication, Silhouette magazine, and began an early career that included working on titles such as Ranch & Coast magazine, LA West magazine, The Beach & Bay Press and The Beacon. Other titles started by Mr. Loomis include Jump magazine, The Dallas Business Review, The Houston Business Review, Energy Houston, Energy Oklahoma, Energy Australia and Energy Calgary.
Other affiliations include the honorary committee for the Offshore Energy Center and the advisory committee of Bauer College�s Global Energy Management Institute at the University of Houston.
Richard Loomis | President & CEO, World Energy | Editor in Chief, World Energy Monthly Review
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