Maritime services firm Malin Renewables has secured a £1-million contract to supply a 50-tonne wave energy converter in Scotland, a
Scientists are arguing that oceangoing shipping could be fuelled by ammonia to reduce carbon emissions by the polluting sector. Ammonia,
Chinese refineries have cut production by 25 per cent on February 2019 quantities amid weaker demand and labour shortages due
The US sector employed almost 250,000 people last year, a 2.3 per cent increase from 2018, the Solar Foundation reported.
Perspectives of the global LNG market projects will be discussed by the gas majors on the 6th International LNG Congress
France’s defence minister, Florence Parly, has backed Cyprus in its dispute with Turkey over the search for natural gas around
The coronavirus (Covid-19) is upending two fundamental tenets of globalization: flow of people and goods and a booming Chinese economy.
In another example of Scotland’s leading role in renewable energy, Scottish Power has unveiled a tariff which guarantees all its
Shell has joined a Chinese project to construct what would be Europe’s largest battery in the UK. The oil and
Three FTSE 100 coal-mining giants, Anglo-American, BHP and Glencore, are facing increasing pressure to address the climate crisis and tumbling
BP’s North Sea operations remain of “vital significance” to the firm, despite the oil and gas giant’s goals to cut
Hyundai says it is set to build two hydrogen-powered trucks by 2023 and add 10 more in the following year
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said Russia was insisting on merging the two states during last week’s talks on Moscow’s decision
Delta Airlines says it will become the first carbon-neutral US airline after committing to a US$1-billion programme to mitigate all
Polish energy firms Energa and Enea have suspended financing for Poland’s final coal-fired power station, Ostroleka C. The firms said