Many of us are hoping for a calmer year in geopolitics in 2019, but experience tells us that is unlikely.
A Harvard historian’s powerful account of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, telling how “heartbreaking stories of heroism” prevented the whole of
The Ukrainian city of Pripyat (pictured), home to the Chernobyl nuclear power station, became uninhabitable for 24,000 years after the
Ukrainian Naftogaz is to take legal action to seize Russian gas giant Gazprom’s European assets after a Swedish appeals court
The European Commission’s push to redraft the EU’s third gas directive will fail, but the executive branch has not withdrawn
Nord Stream 2, the proposed 1,230km pipeline that is due to carry natural gas from Russia to Germany’s Baltic coast,
Ukrainian gas company Naftogaz has submitted for arbitration a US$11.6-billion claim for revision of the tariff in its gas transit
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has praised European Union efforts to transform its energy sector but has warned that the
An Irish oil and gas exploration specialist has been in talks with Gazprom over the possibility of developing a refinery
Russia has declared that its controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline has no strategic political agenda and is just an attempt
Ukraine and Russia are in disagreement again, with Naftogaz handing Gazprom an order to freeze assets in England and Wales.
The European Union’s energy chief says he has asked Russia and Ukraine to relaunch talks over their gas pipeline to
Kurt Volker, the US special representative for Ukraine, says there is an ongoing debate in Washington on whether sanctions should
Lithuania’s energy minister Žygimantas Vaičiūnas and his Ukrainian counterpart Ihor Nasalyk have signed a joint statement on the threats of
Russian gas extractor Novatek chief financial officer Mark Gyetvay says the latest US sanctions against Russia this month are “a