The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to transport Azeri gas to Europe, is over 72.5-per-cent complete, according to project president Walter Peeraer.
Promoting renewables in the heating and cooling sectors is “a productive investment” that will strengthen the EU’s resilience to volatility
Canada-based Corvus Energy has been selected by Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) to supply lithium-ion batteries to its ferries, which will
Munich-based Siemens has become the latest investor to contribute to the Northvolt battery project to build Europe’s largest lithium-ion factory
As European companies retreat from Iran amid the threat of US sanctions, Chinese and Russian investment appears to be rising.
Commerce has spawned rivalries across the eastern Mediterranean for millennia. Hydrocarbons might be the last major commercial reason to sustain
Russian gas exporter Gazprom has signed a protocol with Turkey for the land section of the TurkStream pipeline to bring
The European Commission has proposed a ban on single-use plastic to protect marine life and cut the amount of oil
Russia’s Gazprom Neft and Serbian subsidiary Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) have expressed an interest in Belgrade-based petrochemical firm Petrohemija, according
Indonesia says it is preparing for a worst-case scenario should the European Parliament’s draft of a ban on the use
Russia’s floating nuclear power plant, known as a “floating Chernobyl”, has arrived at the Arctic port of Murmansk after leaving
French oil and gas giant Total is due to buy a 10-per-cent stake in Novatek’s Arctic LNG-2 project on northern
The European Parliament reportedly made progress this week on an EU bill that sets out renewable energy targets in Europe
Norway’s Equinor, which changed its name from Statoil last week, has been awarded nine new licenses in the 30th Offshore
The European Union’s energy chief says he has asked Russia and Ukraine to relaunch talks over their gas pipeline to