Finland has approved the construction of the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline through its exclusive economic zone, Helsinki said.
The presidents of Turkey have watched a second groundbreaking ceremony at the Akkuyu nuclear site, after the project was initially
An agreement on the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, signed between Uzbekistan and Russia in late 2017, has
De facto Russian gas export monopoly Gazprom’s TurkStream gas pipeline under the Black Sea to European Turkey is on schedule,
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says those who back Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline (pictured) to Germany are Russian accomplices. Nord
De facto Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has appealed against the Stockholm arbitration ruling in a dispute with the Ukrainian Naftogaz
Russia is hailing the first shipload of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia’s high-tech Arctic refinery that has reached India
Poland’s counterintelligence agency, the ABW, says it has detained a Polish official over suspicions that he collaborated with Russia over
De facto Russian gas monopoly Gazprom says it has appealed against a Swedish arbitration court ruling that ordered it to
The showdown over natural gas deposits off the coast of Cyprus is set to intensify, with Turkey announcing it will
Poison, cold weather, and natural gas: three things that Europeans would probably wish that they didn’t receive from Russia. Last
Russian de-facto gas monopoly Gazprom is axing hundreds of jobs at its overseas trading and export offices and moving them
Ukraine is to seize assets belonging to Russian gas giant Gazprom in the deepening legal dispute between the warring neighbours.
Russian state-run oil firm Rosneft has reportedly had success at allowing Iraqi Kurdistan to resume full oil exports from the
As Russia struggles to build a fleet of nuclear icebreakers, some of its Soviet-era fleet are being overused and setting