Gazprom’s board of directors has approved a €2.1-billion loan to South Stream Transport, which is already laying the offshore segment
Russian researchers say they have developed a nuclear battery design based on nickel-63, which can slowly and consistently release power
France’s oil and gas giant Total has expressed scepticism about the prospects of hydrogen-powered vehicles as Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot
The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to transport Azeri gas to Europe, is over 72.5-per-cent complete, according to project president Walter Peeraer.
Russian gas exporter Gazprom has signed a protocol with Turkey for the land section of the TurkStream pipeline to bring
Russia’s Gazprom Neft and Serbian subsidiary Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) have expressed an interest in Belgrade-based petrochemical firm Petrohemija, according
Scotland continues to lead European wind power and hopes to develop its investment in the sector with plans to lease
Washington has stepped up its opposition to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany, saying the project
The European Commission plans to close its controversial anti-trust case against Russia’s de-facto gas-exporting monopoly Gazprom on May 24, EU
A Canadian business says it has agreed to invest US$1.3 billion developing solar power throughout Uzbekistan, to invigorate the renewable
Spain’s Balearic Islands hope to be running on 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050, but the regional government faces
Ireland has “enormous potential for offshore energy developments”, Norwegian state-run giant Statoil told Dublin’s Department Communications, Climate Action and Environment
Hydrogen produced by surplus wind and solar energy could be cheaper than natural gas by the 2030s, a study claims.
The French state-run utility EDF (Electricité de France) is adapting to a market where wind and solar costs have fallen
The world’s most powerful wind turbine is being built by a Swedish firm off the coast at Aberdeen in northwest