A bill submitted to Russia’s State Duma would ban all trade between the state-owned nuclear utility Rosatom and US nuclear-power
Poland plans to spend up to US$8.8 billion by 2028 on cleaner heating as part of its efforts to fight
Russia’s grip on EU gas supplies has reportedly been exposed by leaked documents, exposing alleged violations of European law over
As global investors reeled from the announcement of new US sanctions on Russia, financial magnate Nat Rothschild was stirring up
Amid tension with her eastern neighbours and the European Commission over the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, German Chancellor Angela
Finland has approved the construction of the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline through its exclusive economic zone, Helsinki said.
Belgium has approved an energy pact to phase out nuclear power between 2022 and 2025. The federal government signed off
The UK authorities have reportedly raised concerns with French state-run nuclear supplier, EDF Energy, over management failings that it warns
Norway’s state-run oil major Statoil is cutting staff in its finance department as part of a push towards automation, according
The showdown over natural gas deposits off the coast of Cyprus is set to intensify, with Turkey announcing it will
The continued uncertainty about the EU’s nuclear policy has been increased as the UK government was defeated twice in the
The 2011 earthquake led to three meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, last week forced Eon and RWE into
Russian de-facto gas monopoly Gazprom is axing hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices and moving them
Cryptocurrency mining is legal in Europe and only subject to standard electricity rules, the EU’s digital economy commissioner has announced.
The European Commission is unveiling its strategy for a financial system to support climate and sustainable-development goals. Asset managers and