Russian gas export giant Gazprom says its lengthy Power of Siberia pipeline to China is 93-per-cent complete. Around 2,010km
The decision by the European Union to scrap restrictions on Chinese solar imports will stimulate Ireland’s renewable sector, according to
The European Union will end its five-year-old restrictions on Chinese solar panel imports, where importers were subjected to duties of
Apparently keen to replicate Russia’s floating nuclear power station, China is looking to launch a similar barge in the disputed
This article is the second part of a two-part analysis that examines how national security interests have hastened energy transitions
French oil and gas giant Total will purportedly “abide by the US sanctions” and abandon its investment in Iran. “When
Fresh US sanctions placed on Russia may put the country’s long-term crude production potential at risk as they target certain
The United States says it will invest billions on icebreaking ships that can navigate polar ice to challenge Russia’s dominance
The liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Vladimir Rusanov docked this month at China’s Rudong terminal in eastern Jiangsu province with
On August 12, the five states that have Caspian coastline – Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan – are due
The meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday stole all the headlines this week.
The UK government last week rejected a £1.3-billion tidal project at Swansea but other tidal projects are springing up all
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) has labelled the European Commission’s proposed 2030 targets for electric vehicles (EVs) “completely unrealistic”.
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