A second Turkish drillship has dropped anchor off the northeast of the Karpasia panhandle (pictured) of Cyprus, triggering condemnation from
A representative of the fossil-fuel sector says North Sea oil firms are “not the enemy” in the fight against climate
Oil prices have risen following last week’s improved US market data but fears about the global economy have limited increases.
A second Turkish drillship will begin searching for fossil fuels off the Cypriot coast within a week, Turkey’s energy minister
The UN’s Vienna-based nuclear watchdog says it will meet next week to discuss Iran’s nuclear programme at the request of
Norway’s oil and gas giant, Equinor, says it has made a “profitable oil discovery” at Oseberg in the North Sea
French energy giant EDF’s North Sea oil reserves look set to rapidly change ownership after they were bought up by
The projected cost of decommissioning North Sea oil and gas rigs has been cut by almost £9 billion in two
Not a week goes by without saber rattling in the Eastern Mediterranean waters off the divided island of Cyprus. There,
When a recent BBC investigation alleged corruption behind the allocation of energy contracts for gas fields off the coast of
Russia’s state-owned gas export monopoly Gazprom says it has agreed to import gas from Turkmenistan until July 2024 in an
Opec’s secretary general, Mohammed Barkindo, says “unscientific” attacks on the oil sector by environmentalists are “perhaps the greatest threat to
Russia’s average daily oil output last month stayed below its Opec+ target, repeating the trend seen in May’s output, as
Iran exceeded limits on enriched uranium stockpiles agreed in the 2015 nuclear deal, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog has reported.
The acceleration of climate change and geopolitical tension surrounding hydrocarbons are churning the global energy landscape. Nowhere is the speed