The management board of the autonomous Bosnia-Serb region’s largest power utility ERS has resigned over supposedly unaccountable losses. Bosnian-Serb Prime
French oil giant Total has followed Royal Dutch Shell by extending its exposure to the household energy sector with a
Gazprom Neft, the oil branch of the Russian gas giant Gazprom, has confirmed the digital transformation of its business as
A Greek-flagged tanker has collided with a Singapore-registered supertanker about 1 nautical mile south of Tuas Extension off the coast of
This article was first published on Morning Consult (morningconsult.com) on April 13, 2018. As the World Bank prepares to host
Cryptocurrency miners are moving to Norway and Sweden because of cheap hydroelectric energy and low temperatures to cool their servers.
Cyprus will lodge protests over the risks posed by the construction of Turkey’s first nuclear power plant near the Mediterranean
Germany say there has been a sharp drop in sales of new diesel-fuelled cars, following a court ruling that allows
An agreement on the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, signed between Uzbekistan and Russia in late 2017, has
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says those who back Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline (pictured) to Germany are Russian accomplices. Nord
De facto Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has appealed against the Stockholm arbitration ruling in a dispute with the Ukrainian Naftogaz
Poland’s counterintelligence agency, the ABW, says it has detained a Polish official over suspicions that he collaborated with Russia over
The removal of EU duties on low-priced biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia could mean a surge in imports, forcing European
De facto Russian gas monopoly Gazprom says it has appealed against a Swedish arbitration court ruling that ordered it to
Ukraine is to seize assets belonging to Russian gas giant Gazprom in the deepening legal dispute between the warring neighbours.