Greenpeace says Norway’s rebranded oil giant Equinor, formally Statoil, is requesting an extension on its Great Australian Bight drilling proposal.
In an attempt to tap into the estimated €250-billion battery market, the European Commission has unveiled an action plan to
Kurt Volker, the US special representative for Ukraine, says there is an ongoing debate in Washington on whether sanctions should
From the United States to Argentina and Australia and now Bahrain, we hear a common refrain in 2018: shale is
French giant Total says it is looking to expand its search for natural gas near the south coast of Cyprus
Novatek, the Russian LNG (liquefied natural gas) producer, predicts the global surplus of the super-chilled fuel depleting faster than expected.
Scotland continues to lead European wind power and hopes to develop its investment in the sector with plans to lease
France is looking to the European Union for compensation for companies that might face US sanctions for doing business with
Brexit deadlines have put the supply of nuclear raw material for UK power stations in peril as the EU scrambles
Volvo Buses says it has received an order for two Volvo 7900 (pictured) electric buses from the public transport company
Washington has stepped up its opposition to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany, saying the project
Oil is now costing more than US$80 a barrel for the first time in more than three years after Donald
Japan’s Marubeni and Sweden-based battery manufacturer Northvolt have signed an agreement to provide the company led by former Tesla supply
Shareholders in Statoil have approved the board’s proposal to rebrand as Equinor as it diversifies away from fossil fuels and
Oman, the biggest West-Asian oil producer outside Opec (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), signed two separate agreements with France’s