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
To streamline one of Russia’s most ambitious export projects, Alexei Miller, Gazprom CEO, and Wang Yilin, chairman of China’s state-run
Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticised Donald Trump’s decision to breach the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, saying it would “destabilise
As European companies retreat from Iran amid the threat of US sanctions, Chinese and Russian investment appears to be rising.
The European Commission has proposed a ban on single-use plastic to protect marine life and cut the amount of oil
Four giant parts for the international nuclear fusion project have arrived in southern France after a four-month journey from China’s
The demand for electric car batteries has affected the pine forests of central Sweden, where a dormant graphite mine is
Scientific researchers for the EU have studied the feasibility of linking the power grids of Europe and China, in order
Solar panels work most efficiently when the sun shines but a Chinese research team has announced a hybrid energy harvester
On February 17, Mexico became the first Latin American member of the International Energy Agency (IEA), whose members consume over
Bans on single-use plastic items such as carrier bags will reduce oil demand, according to oil and gas giant BP,