The Turkish drillship Fatih is operating off northeastern Cyprus, according to Turkish vice president, Fuat Oktay, in defiance of European
Tullow Oil, which was founded in Ireland in 1985, shares fell this week after a warning that two fields off
Global oil giants have snubbed Brazil’s largest auction of oil licences. Brazil had hoped to secure more than US$26 billion
BP made a venture-capital investment in Palantir, the controversial CIA-linked data analytics group co-founded by the billionaire Peter Thiel. The
Azerbaijan reportedly plans to maintain its oil output at a steady rate but significantly increase its gas output next year.
The Norwegian continental shelf is seeing a near-record number of exploration wells, which have almost reached previous peaks in a
Poland has imported a record amount of electricity from its neighbours so far this year as suppliers buy cheap, clean
Outgoing Polish MPs on Monday will debate a divisive new law that will boost government powers when opening coal mines.
Egypt, Cyprus and Greece have condemned an “unlawful” bid by Turkey to drill for gas inside the Cypriot exclusive economic
The French economy minister, Bruno Le Maire, has accused the state-owned energy utility of “unacceptable” failings and delays as he
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said he is only willing to discuss changes to the international nuclear deal if Washington
A US LNG supplier reportedly says it will export to a Polish floating, storage and re-gasification installation planned to be
Uganda says it has signed a bilateral agreement with Russia to use nuclear technology for energy, in cancer treatment and
Cyprus has signed deals with France’s Total and Italian fossil fuels firm Eni for exploration in block 7 in its
On Saturday, ten drones attacked Saudi Arabia’s largest oil processing facility at Abqaiq and the Khurais oilfield. The coordinated attacks