Gazprom Neft, the oil branch of the Russian de-facto gas monopoly Gazprom, says it plans to build the first LNG
Four giant parts for the international nuclear fusion project have arrived in southern France after a four-month journey from China’s
France’s EDF Energy has warned that a key nuclear plant it is building in France could run further behind schedule
Royal Dutch Shell being threatened with legal action unless it boosts efforts to comply with the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
The presidents of Turkey have watched a second groundbreaking ceremony at the Akkuyu nuclear site, after the project was initially
Renewable energy sources made up 103.6 per cent of mainland Portugal’s electricity supplies last month, according to the energy sector.
De facto Russian gas export monopoly Gazprom’s TurkStream gas pipeline under the Black Sea to European Turkey is on schedule,
Russia is hailing the first shipload of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia’s high-tech Arctic refinery that has reached India
After months of doubt, the US has agreed to increase this year’s funding for the world’s largest nuclear fusion project,
A Turkish-Cypriot minister says Turkey will continue taking reciprocal steps against “unilateral” Greek-Cypriot moves to explore gas reserves in the
Choking dust covers Ptolemaida, a city 500km northwest of Athens in West Macedonia, known for its opencast brown, lignite coal
The East Mediterranean could become a hub to export gas to Europe, argued an executive at the Italian utility Eni.
The gas discovery off the coast of the Republic of Cyprus is threatening to intensify Europe’s longest-running territorial dispute as
Russian gas major Gazprom says it has agreed to buy two gas turbines from Siemens for installation at a power
There are few more enduring themes in energy than the unpredictable and volatile geopolitics of Middle East oil, which have