A Norwegian exploration well at Echino South in the North Sea is estimated to hold recoverable resources of between 38
Germany says it has called a special meeting of international partners this week to call on Royal Dutch Shell to
Greenpeace says its activists climbed cranes at the Polish port of Gdansk to block the unloading of imported coal, calling
A representative of the fossil-fuel sector says North Sea oil firms are “not the enemy” in the fight against climate
BP’s chairman Helge Lund says the world’s energy consumption is “unsustainable” and that the days of chasing after fossil fuels
Greenpeace activists have “shut down” BP’s London headquarters and say they plan to blockade it for at least a week.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, should retain tens of billions of dollars of oil and gas shares, according
Greenpeace has disrupted Total’s AGM in protest against the French oil and gas giant’s bid to the drill near the
Russia’s floating nuclear power plant, known as a “floating Chernobyl”, has arrived at the Arctic port of Murmansk after leaving
Greenpeace says Norway’s rebranded oil giant Equinor, formally Statoil, is requesting an extension on its Great Australian Bight drilling proposal.
Shareholders in Statoil have approved the board’s proposal to rebrand as Equinor as it diversifies away from fossil fuels and
The Akademik Lomonosov, dubbed Russia’s “floating Chernobyl”, is due to be wired into the electrical grid in the Arctic town
Russia has launched a controversial floating nuclear power station, which environmentalist have dubbed a “nuclear Titanic”, to provide energy to
Hydrogen produced by surplus wind and solar energy could be cheaper than natural gas by the 2030s, a study claims.
Environmental activists have demonstrated outside a meeting of EU energy ministers in Sofia to call on governments to stop restricting