Scottish-based oil and gas producer Cairn Energy has cut operating costs by reducing its stake in a lucrative Norwegian development.
Australia’s top research agency has announced a hydrogen breakthrough that could create an export industry targeting Asia and beyond. The
The European Investment Bank (EIB) says it is lending up to €385 million to support the construction of 21 wind
Turkey says it is open to all solutions to the Cyprus gas dispute that respect Turkish Cypriot rights. Foreign Minister
This month, the Akademik Lomonosov will be towed 5,000km to the Chukotka region of eastern Russia near Alaska to provide
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih says he told his Russian counterpart, Aleksandr Novak, during talks in Moscow that Saudi Arabia
Germany is increasingly looking to hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels to end the dependence on coal. Last month
France’s Neoen says it has bought eight wind farms in the Irish Republic with a total capacity of 53 megawatts
A regional Polish court has overruled last year’s decision by the state-run utility Enea to join a scheme to build
Royal Dutch Shell has blamed falling profits – US$1 billion lower than analysts were expecting – on a slowdown in
Rupert Stadler, who ran Audi until last year, was indicted yesterday (Wednesday) for his alleged involvement in the Volkswagen diesel
The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee has overwhelmingly approved sanctions on the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from
Environmental protesters in London were left red-faced after incorrectly targeting the offices of a Norwegian renewable energy company. About 200
Greece’s newly elected government has accused Turkey of undermining regional security by drilling for gas near Cyprus. Foreign Minister Nikos
Work has started at Turkey’s Lake Tuz (Salt) underground gas storage site, which Ankara says will increase Turkish energy security.