Oil prices have risen following last week’s improved US market data but fears about the global economy have limited increases.
Russia’s state-owned gas export monopoly Gazprom says it has agreed to import gas from Turkmenistan until July 2024 in an
Opec’s secretary general, Mohammed Barkindo, says “unscientific” attacks on the oil sector by environmentalists are “perhaps the greatest threat to
The energy provider SSE Renewables has started developing two offshore wind farms off the coast of Ireland, which are intended
The Queen of England has long tried to cut down royal energy consumption, installing low-energy lighting and more environmentally friendly
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is visiting Saudi Arabia and the UAE to bolster guarantees that they are “strategically
Construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline has been completed for 58.7 per cent of its total length, according
Poland has partially resumed imports of Russian oil through the previously contaminated Druzhba pipeline, according to Poland’s pipeline operator Pern.
Opposition politicians and activists in Senegal have accused the government of corruption after reports that a brother of the president
A joint commission of Russian and Belarusian representatives will start to reveal the losses from the contaminated Druzhba oil pipeline
The European Union says it backs Cyprus over Turkey’s bid to drill for gas inside the internationally recognised Cypriot exclusive
BP has given the go-ahead for its major Thunder Horse South Expansion project in the Gulf of Mexico, boosting output
There appears to be no end in sight to the Libyan crisis with rival forces still battling over Tripoli and
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the contamination of its oil pipeline, which caused Belarus, Poland, Germany and Slovakia to stop
Democrat Senator Robert Menendez, who is behind legislation that could free up arms sales to Cyprus, has said the US “will