European oil refiners are reducing purchases of Iranian oil faster than expected as Donald Trump prepares to reimpose sanctions which
The energy world changes rapidly. Technology, social and economic patterns, emergence of new sources, and depletion of old ones can
The possible withdrawal of France’s oil and gas giant Total from Iran’s extensive South Pars gas field has not hampered
Ukraine and Russia are in disagreement again, with Naftogaz handing Gazprom an order to freeze assets in England and Wales.
The European Union agreed yesterday (Thursday) to increase the share of renewable-energy contribution to 32 per cent by 2030 after
Boosting the EU’s 2030 renewable-energy target without plans on how to achieve it would undermine public confidence in politicians, German
Energy underpins the grand strategies of world powers. China’s Belt and Road initiative builds commercial ties abroad to secure hydrocarbon
New governments in Spain and Italy are backing tougher 2030 renewable energy targets amid ongoing EU talks. Energy ministers met
Spain’s new Socialist prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, is reportedly changing the nation’s renewable-energy and climate-change policy and will now push
Russia’s state-run gas giant Gazprom, during a visit by President Vladimir Putin, has signed an agreement with Austria’s OMV extending
Paris-based carmaker PSA, which owns Citroen and Peugeot, said it would pull out of two joint ventures selling its cars
Gazprom’s board of directors has approved a €2.1-billion loan to South Stream Transport, which is already laying the offshore segment
Promoting renewables in the heating and cooling sectors is “a productive investment” that will strengthen the EU’s resilience to volatility
As European companies retreat from Iran amid the threat of US sanctions, Chinese and Russian investment appears to be rising.
The European Parliament reportedly made progress this week on an EU bill that sets out renewable energy targets in Europe