The US Agency for International Development (USAid) is reportedly planning a five-year US$90-million project to support Ukrainian energy reform and
The board of French power utility EDF has agreed to buy a majority stake in the nuclear branch of Areva
The EU’s European Investment Bank (EIB) is facing criticism for considering a €1.5 billion loan for a gas pipeline from
The explosion at a key natural gas hub in Austria has disrupted winter supplies across the EU’s energy markets, raising
Russia’s high-profile Arctic gas project on the northern tip of Siberia’s remote Yamal peninsula began loading its first seaborne shipment
An estimated 30 per cent of the offshore construction for the TurkStream natural gas pipeline has been completed, according to
An independent review has been demanded into the increasing costs of policing fracking in northern England, as aggressive and confrontational
Irish environmental groups and the Green Party have accused the Dublin government of refusing to back EU proposals to allow
Aged power plants in the Czech Republic and elsewhere fired by coal, gas and lignite are being bought by EPH,
The European Parliament’s Industry and Energy Committee (ITRE) voted on November 28 to cut energy use by 40 per cent
The Chinese ban on imported plastic puts Europe at risk of environmental pollution because of its limited recycling capacity, Greenpeace UK argues.
An ambitious multilateral experiment to show nuclear fusion can be a viable source of energy is reportedly halfway towards completion.
BASF, the German chemicals firm, has agreed to merge its Wintershall energy unit with fellow German rival DEA in a
The Akkuyu nuclear power plant project in southern Turkey is being seen as an economic guarantee for the development of
Scandinavian asset management is dominated by Norway’s imposing US$1-trillion sovereign wealth fund, which last week declared its intention to ditch