Russia says it is addressing one of the most hazardous environmental legacies of the Soviet era and trying to clean
Wintershall has started production at the Maria field in Norway a year ahead of schedule and 20 per cent below
Statoil has submitted a bid for the offshore wind-power contract for Hollandse Kust Zuid: a 760-megawatt project in the Dutch
Ukraine’s Naftogaz and Russian major Gazprom have both claimed victory as a Stockholm arbitration tribunal handed down the final award
Poland’s power major Gaz System and its Slovak counterpart Eustream have signed an agreement to build a pipeline as part
Russia’s natural gas exporter, Gazprom, is channeling investment into the fight for market share as Washington threatens its largest European
Volatile domestic politics defined the world in 2017, an unpredictability that has left its mark on the European energy climate.
Russia was China’s largest crude oil supplier for the ninth consecutive month in November, keeping Saudi Arabia in second place,
As use of renewables has risen across the EU, Britain’s electricity generation from renewable energy has reached a “record high”,
The United States is lagging far behind the world on fusion research and must not withdraw funding from the International
Lithuania says it will push the European Union to abolish its daylight-saving laws, despite claims that it saves energy. Vilnius
EU energy ministers have backed coal and other fossil fuels over renewables in proposed reforms of energy laws, Greenpeace claims.
A UK-German solar panel manufacturer says it is poised to revolutionise the global energy industry and has secured more than
Hinkley Point, on England’s Somerset coast, is the biggest building site in Europe at 430 acres and the UK’s first
As the EU looks to increase power storage capacity, US scientists are pooling resources to reduce battery cost, weight, size