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Moldova has been paying high spot prices to Gazprom since October 1, when the Russian gas company also cut the gas supplies by one third.
Largest alternative energy supplier hands back its licence after energy price rise makes model uneconomic.
Toronto-listed Reconnaissance Africa Energy, known as ReconAfrica, has come under fire from a local non-governmental organisation called Frack Free Namibia (FFN).
GE Renewable Energy has received an order from Vineyard Wind, a joint venture between Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, to supply Haliade-X turbines for the 800-MW Vineyard Wind 1 off Massachusetts in the north-eastern US.
Japan's biggest refiner, Eneos Holdings, is to buy Japan Renewable Energy (JRE) for JPY200bn ($1.8bn) in order to expand its low-carbon business.
Low wind power output in Europe has played a role in causing the current gas supply crisis in Europe, Russian president Vladimir Putin said in speech on October 13.
The government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) has said that it would want to up its stake in the PNG LNG project if the proposed takeover of Oil Search by Santos goes ahead.
Chevron announced this week that it would pursue net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
A group of indigenous Peruvians took over the facilities of Pump Station #5 along the Northern Oil Pipeline (ONP) last week in an act that forced the national oil company Petroperu, the owner of ONP, to halt crude shipments.
Toronto-listed Reconnaissance Africa Energy, known as ReconAfrica, has come under fire from a local non-governmental organisation called Frack Free Namibia.
Chinese utility ENN Natural Gas has signed a new long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply agreement with the US’ Cheniere Energy.
But how much coal Kazakhstan already sells China is a mystery, because the two sides publish different figures.
From Dutch earthquakes to a UK fracking ban: how declining European gas supply has contributed to the current crisis
There are many underlying causes behind the current gas supply crisis unfolding in Europe. A “V” shaped market has seen global gas demand surge but adding to a perfect storm is that the EU's own gas production has been plummeting.
EU’s pro-nuclear member states want nuclear energy to be included in the bloc's green taxonomy as a way to ameliorate climate change.
Sofia is under pressure to draw up a timeline to shut down its coal plants before the European Commission approves its recovery plan.
That naughty Vladimir Putin is up to his tricks again. Not weaponising football hooligans or COVID vaccines this time, but gas. Politicians are queuing up to blame Russia. The trouble is, this is not just bad analysis but also bad politics.
Energy prices have seen significant strength recently. European gas prices have rallied 94% during September, taking them to record levels. Oil and coal have also strengthened.
Whoever wins the election, the energy lobby will continue to slow down the country's transformation to a carbon-neutral future.
Afghanistan’s new rulers say the Turkmen-led mega-infrastructure investment is a “priority project”. Sceptics say that with the “nation building” impetus from the US gone, financing will be out of reach.