A study says the amount of climate and health benefits generated by renewable sources varied across different countries. The more
The European Union and Japan have signed an extensive “Asia connectivity” deal to build infrastructure, boost energy connections and maintain
Iran has accused American and other “hardliners” of attempting to spark a war by staging an apparent attack in the
In a 2011 report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) asked a provocative question: are we entering a golden age of
European Union hopes of setting up a bartering system with Iran to dodge US sanctions appear to have run aground.
The European Union said work “has accelerated” on a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to help avoid Donald Trump’s sanctions on
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.
Russia has boasted about its growing dominance in the European gas market, despite strained diplomatic ties after the 2014 invasion
The European Union has called on Turkey to reduce its aggression towards Cyprus and accused its navy obstructing a gas
Electricity consumption increased or was stable last year in every EU country, apart from the UK, where declining industrial activity
The EU’s 2020 targets for 95g/km carbon dioxide for cars is becoming less likely as customers ditch diesel vehicles, the
Nine EU governments have been asked to detail how they expect to meet air pollution limits, with the threat of