After decades of alliance, Turkey still befuddles the West. Over the last decade, the country’s more assertive foreign policy in
Since 2006, Europe has increasingly viewed eastern Mediterranean gas as a resource with huge potential to provide economic growth, mitigate
The novel coronavirus commands the world’s attention, but underneath the pandemic, energy geopolitics are shifting. Last week, the Director of
In 1929, U.S. stock markets crashed, scything personal fortunes and birthing the most devastating global economic depression since the 1870s-1880s.
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The US and Ukraine are discussing moves to block Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany. Andriy Kobolyev, CEO of
Oil prices have tumbled after Russia refused to reach a deal with Opec to reduce output to counter the slump
“The history of OPEC proves that there is no inherent contradiction between defending national interests (the role of nation-states as
Norway’s state-owned oil and gas giant Equinor has abandoned plans to drill for oil after a prolonged environmental campaign and
Japan’s environment minister, Shinjiro Koizumi, has said tighter restrictions could be placed on the export of coal power technology to
Turkey has bought a British drill-ship which is due to arrive in Turkey in a few weeks and further increase
The presidents of Russia and Belarus have discussed the bilateral oil dispute again since the Kremlin stopped supplying oil and
Three FTSE 100 coal-mining giants, Anglo-American, BHP and Glencore, are facing increasing pressure to address the climate crisis and tumbling
A US energy envoy has said Washington sees Cyprus as a vital player in regional energy supplies. “Cyprus has an
Financial institutions are increasingly dealing with the question of how to assess their climate performance, as well as their clients’