On November 21, the first shipment of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) destined for Ukraine arrived at the Polish terminal
Poland’s re-elected prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, could be moving to weaken the Central European country’s reliance on coal. Morawiecki’s opening
Poland’s economic growth slowed in the third quarter as weaker growth in construction offset continuous strong domestic consumer demand. Poland
The Baltic Pipe project, which aims to send Norwegian gas to Denmark and Poland, has won approval to pass through
The Norwegian continental shelf is seeing a near-record number of exploration wells, which have almost reached previous peaks in a
Poland has imported a record amount of electricity from its neighbours so far this year as suppliers buy cheap, clean
Outgoing Polish MPs on Monday will debate a divisive new law that will boost government powers when opening coal mines.
France, Greece and Bulgaria have pledged to increase renewable energy targets by 2030 as the European Union’s National Energy and
A US LNG supplier reportedly says it will export to a Polish floating, storage and re-gasification installation planned to be
Greenpeace says its activists climbed cranes at the Polish port of Gdansk to block the unloading of imported coal, calling
Poland has won a European Union court ruling that limits Russian control of the pipeline that will link to the
The United Nations says that the increasing use of coal in Asian countries is undermining international efforts to fight climate
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stressed the importance of the country’s energy independence during Second World War commemorations in Poland.
A regional Polish court has overruled last year’s decision by the state-run utility Enea to join a scheme to build
Polish MPs have adopted measures to compensate employers struggling to cope with rising electricity bills as European Union carbon emission