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Kyrgyzstan: Environmentalists raise alarm about resumption of uranium mining

19 June 2024

For government, the possible economic rewards outweigh the risks.

Greenpeace accuses OMV of ignoring risks posed by naval mines to Neptun Deep project

19 June 2024

Neptun Deep is the largest natural gas project in the Romanian Black Sea and Romania’s first deepwater offshore project.

Venezuela's Citgo faces imminent ownership transfer amid US court auction

18 June 2024

Venezuela stands on the brink of losing one of its most prized assets, Citgo Petroleum Corporation, following a protracted legal battle in the United States that underscores the country's tumultuous economic and political landscape.

Authorities in Kyrgyzstan take two days to inform public truck carrying uranium waste fell into ravine

18 June 2024

Questions raised in parliament over claim by officials that there was no spillage.

Could graphite for electric vehicles make Mozambique rich or will the opportunity be squandered?

17 June 2024

Mozambique boasts some of the largest graphite deposits globally, making it an important player in the worldwide electric vehicle supply chain.

COMMENT: Azerbaijan’s new strategy is to become a green energy hub

17 June 2024

Ambitions go beyond hydrocarbons as Baku seeks to supply green energy to Southeast Europe.

Forget oil, forget gas. Kyrgyzstan has plans to power Central Asia with water

16 June 2024

Upstream nation sets out to become a regional energy hub based on hydro. The battle to find billions in funding has begun.

Kyrgyzstan sets itself a herculean hydro task in massive energy reform

15 June 2024

At special forum in Vienna, ministers present financial institutions with ambitious projects that could power growth across Central Asia.

Global temperature rise likely to exceed 1.5°C temporarily within five years, says WMO

12 June 2024

There is an 80% likelihood that the annual average global temperature will temporarily exceed 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels for at least one of the next five years, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organisation.

KSE: Damages to Ukraine’s energy sector exceeded $56bn

12 June 2024

As a result of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine, the energy sector suffered direct damages and indirect financial losses in the amount of $56.2bn.

How Masdar is transforming Azerbaijan's energy landscape

12 June 2024

The state-owned Masdar renewable energy company has just signed off on a solar power development in Azerbaijan.

Kazakhstan launches vanadium oxides production with eye on “green energy” batteries market

12 June 2024

Critical raw material also sought for micro-grids that ensure stable power.

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