Cyprus’ energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis says oil and gas majors will drill off the island’s southern coast at eight separate
Turkey has reportedly stopped buying Iranian oil following the US decision to end sanctions waivers, despite condemning Washington’s decision. Refinitiv
BP’s chairman Helge Lund says the world’s energy consumption is “unsustainable” and that the days of chasing after fossil fuels
EDF Energy, owned by French utilities giant EDF, has extended outages at the two reactors at its Hunterston power station
Greenpeace activists have “shut down” BP’s London headquarters and say they plan to blockade it for at least a week.
Global oil markets face more disturbances as tensions continue to rise between Iran and the US. Regional tensions, combined with
A joint commission of Russian and Belarusian representatives will start to reveal the losses from the contaminated Druzhba oil pipeline
Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany may be delayed by at least six months if Denmark forces it to
The last of 84 turbines has begun operating at Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm after three years of construction. The
Only 134 megawatts (MW) of onshore wind capacity was purportedly in Germany during Q1 2019, an 87-per-cent drop from the
Ireland will fall short of its 2020 EU renewable energy targets, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has warned.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) says it has launched a compliance scheme that will make it easier for industrial
The first call for applications in the €13-million Ocean Demo initiative, which is funded by Interreg North-West Europe, is now
Iran has accused American and other “hardliners” of attempting to spark a war by staging an apparent attack in the
Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor is due to boost its stake at the Caesar Tonga oil field in the