As high-profile bankruptcies are being reported in the US, Canadian companies are also struggling to stay afloat.
Russia continues to fail renewables test, although ESG makes slow progress
Capital Power awards Vestas 151MW turbine order for Whitla Wind 2 and 3
Iran resumes gas exports to Turkey after three month halt caused by failure to repair pipeline hit by attack
The Netherlands’ Windpark Zeewolde has reached financial closure for 322 MW of new wind turbines supplied by Vestas at the 300-square km project close to the Ijsselmeer.
Enel wins 420 MW at Indian solar tender
Chesapeake Energy’s much-anticipated bankruptcy filing has been announced, with two more shale drillers also filing for bankruptcy protection.
Suzlon lenders agree to debt restructuring
Vestas wins 172 MW of onshore turbine orders in Vietnam and China
Japan’s NTT to invest $9bn in 7.5 GW of renewables
IEA calls for China’s ETS to play key role in clean energy
China’s CO2 emissions rose by 4-5% year on year in May, bouncing back from their temporary lockdown dip in February and March.
Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the Libyan National Army (LNA), are ready to negotiate with the Government of National Accord (GNA) on putting an end to the blockade that has kept the country’s oil industry on hold since January.
Saudi Arabia appears to be concerned about Nigeria’s willingness to comply with the production quotas set by the OPEC+ group.
Australia’s FAR has not responded to a request to help cover operational costs at the Sangomar block offshore Senegal.