Turkey’s populist president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, says Somalia has invited Turkey to drill for oil in the Red Sea. Somalia
Protesters in Sarajevo have condemned air pollution levels in the Bosnian capital which is being partly blamed on coal use.
Cyprus has described Turkey as a “pirate state” that flouts international law in response to Ankara’s drilling operations within the
On February 3, the U.S. presidential campaign kicks off with the first Democratic Party primary in Iowa. The candidates all
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is expected in Belarus next month to evaluate the preparedness for a nuclear power
The global maritime coal trade grew 0.7 per cent last year, helped by increased output in China and Indonesia, according
Germany has set the deadline of 2038 to close all its coal power stations. The deadline for abandoning brown coal
Climate activists this week staged a 13-hour protest outside the headquarters of Royal Dutch Shell in Aberdeen. Approximately 30 activists
Seven countries yesterday (Thursday) adopted an institutional framework to create the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) to be based in
The Scottish government says companies in Scotland will benefit from new steps to increase the number of offshore wind contracts
Hydrogen will fuel the Olympic flame cauldron during the summer games in Tokyo and around 100 hydrogen-fuelled buses will service
The Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian is investigating an outage on the UK’s National Grid and Scottish Power’s 385km Western Link
German engineering giant Siemens is under fire for supplying technical equipment for a gigantic new Australian coal mine in Queensland.
Uniper, one of Germany’s largest utilities, says it is looking to open a 1,100-megawatt coal power station, although Germany is
California is looking to use hydrogen-powered buses and trucks to cut pollution from transport, the giant state’s largest source of