Carmakers are calling on the European Union to invest in hydrogen filling stations – with special attention to allowing trucks
A sonar study of hundreds of First World War shipwrecks around the coast of Wales is giving vital data for
Germany’s car industry is facing an export crisis as the 2015 Volkswagen dieselgate scandal weakens demand and the rise of
Saudi Arabia has promised to diversify its economy away from fossil fuels but so far there has been limited evidence
French utility EDF says it is ready to replace the steel cover of its crisis-ridden Flamanville 3 reactor vessel (pictured)
Poland has imported a record amount of electricity from its neighbours so far this year as suppliers buy cheap, clean
Outgoing Polish MPs on Monday will debate a divisive new law that will boost government powers when opening coal mines.
Egypt, Cyprus and Greece have condemned an “unlawful” bid by Turkey to drill for gas inside the Cypriot exclusive economic
Russian Arctic researchers say they have found the most powerful methane gas fountain ever monitored escaping from thawing permafrost.
UK oil refineries would be “massively undermined” by the threat to introduce new tariff rates in the event of a
A clone of Russia’s controversial floating nuclear power station could power remote Philippine islands, according to Manila’s trade secretary, Ramon
State-owned China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) appears to be ready to cave in to US sanctions on Iran, with Iran’s
Cyprus is planning to use four Israeli drones to monitor Turkey drilling operations in Cypriot waters, according to the defence
Eni and Mainstream Renewable Power, a wind and solar development company, have agreed to develop large-scale renewable assets, targeting high-growth
BP CEO Bob Dudley, 64, will retire in 2020 after almost a decade in charge and be replaced by a