North Sea oil workers on three platforms owned by French energy giant Total have gone on strike in a dispute
Equinor’s Mariner heavy-oil platform in the North Sea is facing industrial action after the British GMB union said its members
As the use of polluting coal comes under more scrutiny across the European Union, the UK says it has been
Ukrainian gas company Naftogaz has submitted for arbitration a US$11.6-billion claim for revision of the tariff in its gas transit
The UK government last week rejected a £1.3-billion tidal project at Swansea but other tidal projects are springing up all
Total’s North Sea oil workers are to stage a series of offshore strikes in a dispute over pay and conditions.
French oil and gas giant Total says it is increasing security in northwestern Scotland after disputes with staff over pay
Ukraine and Russia are in disagreement again, with Naftogaz handing Gazprom an order to freeze assets in England and Wales.
A chemical compound used to increase crop yields could help boost battery efficiency as German manufacturing giant Siemens looks to
British reliance on importing French power has increased by almost a quarter during 2018 in further evidence of Britain’s energy
Learning the lessons from the Piper Alpha disaster is important for everyone in the industry “regardless of the country”, according
Scotland continues to lead European wind power and hopes to develop its investment in the sector with plans to lease
Brexit deadlines have put the supply of nuclear raw material for UK power stations in peril as the EU scrambles
After Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear accord, Europe is seeking ways to hold the agreement together and avoid
The European Commission has issued new guidance to help member states during the planning phases of renewable energy projects. The