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Romgaz seeks to buy ExxonMobil's stake in the Neptun Deep offshore gas field.
Mexico’s president has submitted a bill that would allow government agencies to suspend fuel traders’ licences in the event of “imminent danger ... for national security, energy security or the national economy.”
Draft law aims to turn Serbia into a nation of energy prosumers as Belgrade pursues energy transition.
ASWJ's latest campaign in Cabo Delgado appears to be directed at Total’s $20bn Mozambique LNG mega-project.
Irena report identifies opportunities for solar, wind and geothermal energy as Albania moves away from reliance on hydropower.
The Mozambique LNG consortium has suffered another serious setback within the last week.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has reportedly stepped up his campaign to secure state control over the energy industry.
Super-major Chevron has reportedly emerged as the leading contender to buy a refinery in the US Pacific Northwest that is owned by Royal Dutch Shell.
The third train at Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi LNG export terminal on the Texas Gulf Coast has been approved by the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to enter commercial service.
In a significant move, President Joe Biden of the US has invited rivals Vladimir Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping of China to the US’ virtual climate talks. The forum will be held virtually on 22-23 April.
Deal with Beijing could bring in hundreds of billions of investment dollars. Americans, meanwhile, talk up their flexibility on reviving accord.
The Indian government maintained its pressure on OPEC+ and Saudi Arabia this past week, pushing for an easing in production cuts in order to lower international oil prices.
This postpones any decision on whether to let Russia's Rosatom into the tender until after the October general election.
During the 4th German-Ukrainian Business Forum, Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasised Ukraine and Germany’s long-standing partnership, but she remained committed to the Russian Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
Romanian hydropower group Hidroelectrica could pay 55% higher taxes for the water it uses under amendments currently under debate in the parliament.