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OMV Petrom invests €560mn to produce sustainable fuels

12 June 2024

Southeast Europe's largest integrated energy producer to produce sustainable aviation fuels and biodiesel at Romania's Petrobrazi refinery.

PODCAST: Emerging Global with Bruce Pannier on Turkmenistan's troubles

11 June 2024

A country with the fourth largest gas reserves in the world is struggling to sell its natural bounty. Daniel Rad interviewed regional expert Bruce Pannier on its plight.

Ukraine looks to Europe to increase power imports this winter

11 June 2024

Russia has taken out 35 GW of Ukraine’s electricity generation capability since the beginning of the war, decreasing generation from 55 GW to 20 GW. Already Ukrenergo has introduced rolling blackouts in a dozen regions.

Woodside achieves first oil at Sangomar in Senegal

11 June 2024

Woodside Energy has successfully achieved first oil from the Sangomar field, marking a significant milestone for the Australian giant in offshore oil production for Senegal.

Norway’s Yara launches Europe's largest green hydrogen plant

11 June 2024

Leading Norwegian fertiliser producer Yara International has launched Europe’s biggest green hydrogen facility, which will be used to make green ammonia.

European gas market remains exposed to gas supply shocks

11 June 2024

A recent unplanned outage in Norway has highlighted how the European gas market remains exposed to supply shocks despite high levels of storage.

South Africa: Customers in wealthy Johannesburg suburbs stealing power from the grid, says City Power

10 June 2024

City Power, a power utility fully-owned by the City of Johannesburg metropolitan municipality in South Africa, has identified “affluent” customers and businesses who are bypassing their smart prepaid meters to steal electricity.

Turkey hits Chinese cars with additional 40% tariff

9 June 2024

Move made ahead of expected EU targeting of imported electric vehicle exports from China.

Emergency measures in Ukraine’s energy sector cast doubt on surviving through winter

7 June 2024

Russia has destroyed over 60% of the Ukraine's energy production capacity. One official told the FT that Ukrainians should prepare for "life in the cold and the dark" this winter.

Gazprom’s business will take at least a decade to recover from the impact of the Ukraine war

6 June 2024

The business of Russian gas giant Gazprom will take at least a decade to recover losses incurred from Moscow's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, according to a report commissioned by the company released on June 5.

Hungary’s MVM Group acquires 5% stake in Shah Deniz gasfield in Azerbaijan

6 June 2024

The 5% stake would translate into an annual supply of 1.5 bcm of natural gas for Hungary.

World to miss goal of tripling renewables by 2030, says IEA

6 June 2024

New analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA) finds that countries will miss the COP28 goal of tripling global renewables capacity by 2030.