Portuguese fuel-tanker drivers say they will maintain their strike after a meeting with the Socialist government failed to find an
Oil production has begun at the biggest development project in the North Sea in a decade, at the Mariner field
Greece, Cyprus, Israel and the United States say they are deepening energy co-operation as tensions rise between Turkey and Cyprus
Greece’s newly elected government has accused Turkey of undermining regional security by drilling for gas near Cyprus. Foreign Minister Nikos
Dublin-based oil producer Providence Resources says it has secured a loan to fund drilling off the Irish coast this year
A second Turkish drillship will begin searching for fossil fuels off the Cypriot coast within a week, Turkey’s energy minister
French energy giant EDF’s North Sea oil reserves look set to rapidly change ownership after they were bought up by
Not a week goes by without saber rattling in the Eastern Mediterranean waters off the divided island of Cyprus. There,
Russia’s average daily oil output last month stayed below its Opec+ target, repeating the trend seen in May’s output, as
Iran exceeded limits on enriched uranium stockpiles agreed in the 2015 nuclear deal, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog has reported.
Kenyan judges have blocked plans to construct East Africa’s first coal power station with Chinese funding near the coastal town
A £160-million power plant generating renewable electricity for up to 75,000 homes in south Wales has entered commercial operation.
Turkey has warned the European Union that any intervention over Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) would harm relations with Greece
Over the past year, the gas-exporting ambitions of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) appeared, finally, to brighten. Last May,
Oil prices rose above US$62 a barrel yesterday (Tuesday) as Opec and Russia looked closer to agreeing to withhold supplies,