The boss of oil services firm Petrofac, which designs, builds and operates oil and gas terminals, has lost his appeal
Despite talk of diplomatic pressure on Russia, European Union leaders continue to visit Russian President Vladimir Putin, foreign direct investment
Italy’s populist Five Star Movement is struggling with campaign promises to axe the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) now it is in
ContourGlobal has reported “strong” first-half financial results, its first since the company’s initial public offering, and it announced the sale
New governments in Spain and Italy are backing tougher 2030 renewable energy targets amid ongoing EU talks. Energy ministers met
Emissions tests that carmakers cannot cheat show almost all diesels sold in Europe since the 2015 “dieselgate” scandal remain highly
The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to transport Azeri gas to Europe, is over 72.5-per-cent complete, according to project president Walter Peeraer.
New auctions for wind and solar projects exceeding 1 MW in size will be part of a new incentive scheme
Albania plans to launch a power exchange in January 2018 and the government will choose partners to run it along
The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project will strengthen the energy security of Italy and the rest of Europe, managing director of
The Czech Republic’s utility firm EPH has acquired two solid biomass plants in Italy with a combined capacity of 73
European oil giants Eni and Shell are to stand trial in Italy over allegations of corruption in their Nigerian operations.
The EU’s European Investment Bank (EIB) is facing criticism for considering a €1.5 billion loan for a gas pipeline from
The explosion at a key natural gas hub in Austria has disrupted winter supplies across the EU’s energy markets, raising
Liqvis, a gas-for-transport distributor based in Germany, is due to receive up to €9.6 million of European Union funding to