The East Mediterranean could become a hub to export gas to Europe, argued an executive at the Italian utility Eni.
The continued uncertainty about the EU’s nuclear policy has been increased as the UK government was defeated twice in the
Poison, cold weather, and natural gas: three things that Europeans would probably wish that they didn’t receive from Russia. Last
The gas discovery off the coast of the Republic of Cyprus is threatening to intensify Europe’s longest-running territorial dispute as
Russian gas major Gazprom says it has agreed to buy two gas turbines from Siemens for installation at a power
The 2011 earthquake led to three meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, last week forced Eon and RWE into
India and France have committed more than US$2 billion to fund solar-energy projects in developing countries, as both countries address
Solar panels work most efficiently when the sun shines but a Chinese research team has announced a hybrid energy harvester
European Commission’s vice president for energy Maroš Šefcovic has said he will push for continued support for renewables in negotiations
Volkswagen has secured €20 billion in battery supplies to underpin an ambitious push into the electric vehicle market, increasing pressure
Russian de-facto gas monopoly Gazprom is axing hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices and moving them
Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are restoring bilateral ties in a process that could revitalise energy supplies in the former Soviet states.
Poland’s state-run gas utility PGNiG has reported record pre-tax, interest, depreciation and amortisation earnings (Ebitda) of US$1.9 billion: up 10
New auctions for wind and solar projects exceeding 1 MW in size will be part of a new incentive scheme
Germany’s car industry is the world’s biggest investor in electric vehicles as it faces increasing pressure to adopt low-emissions technology