Developing hard-to-recover natural gas reserves in Russia requires a special state support programme, Vladimir Kudrin, the deputy chairman of the board of the country’s top LNG exporter, Novatek, said at a forum in Tyumen on September 20.
Russia commissioned 14% more oil wells in the January-July period of this year than the corresponding period of last year, sources with access to energy ministry statistics told the Moscow-based Vedomosti newspaper on September 19.
State-owned oil & gas company Pertamina participates in the launch of IDXCarbon, Indonesia's Carbon Exchange
As part of its commitment to support sustainability and energy transition agendas in Indonesia, Pertamina took part in the launch of the IDXCarbon carbon exchange on September 26, Investor Daily reported.
The Indonesian government has forged a partnership with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) to advance renewable energy development in the country, Antaranews reported.
US federal agencies must now account for climate change in their budgets, such as when deciding what vehicles or equipment to buy.
Momentum behind low-emissions hydrogen continues to grow despite the slow roll-out of financial incentives and stubborn cost pressures that threaten to delay projects, says the International Energy Agency (IEA) in a new report.
The European Union is planning to propose way to help its troubled wind sector in October. Supply chain problems and inflation have hampered projects.
State-owned QatarEnergy this week signed a new 10-year deal to supply naphtha to Japan’s Marubeni Corp.
US steel company Nucor and Helion Energy plan to develop a 500-MWe nuclear fusion plant at one of Nucor’s steel manufacturing plants.
First Solar Inc. has broken ground on a manufacturing facility in Louisiana, its fifth fully vertically integrated factory in the United States. The ceremony was attended by the Governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards.
London-based bank HSBC will make $1bn in funding available to climate tech startups around the world.
The path to limiting global warming to 1.5 °C has narrowed, but clean energy growth is keeping it open, says the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Europe faces a “severe public health crisis” with dangerous levels of pollution across the continent, according to an investigation by the Guardian newspaper.
The EU is set to demand that cars running on e-fuels must be 100% carbon neutral if they are to be sold beyond 2035, reports Reuters, citing a draft document.
Germany’s Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has launched the last round of this year’s onshore wind auction aiming for 3.19 GW of onshore wind capacity with a bid cap of €73.50 ($78.44) per MWh. This is the same as the previous auction.
The Iraqi government is reportedly planning to award a contract for the development of the Akkas gas field to a Ukrainian company as part of its ongoing efforts to harness its underutilised natural gas reserves.
The latest auction, Ireland's Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) 3, has delivered 646 MW, the smallest volume of renewables so far in any Irish auction.
Partners from Slovenia, Croatia and Italy join forces to produce 5,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen annually
Tech giant Microsoft is getting more heavily into small-scale advanced nuclear power for its data centres.
Brazil’s diesel importers are being hit by uncertainty after Russia suspended exports of diesel and gasoline as it tries to stabilise domestic fuel prices and reduce supply shortages, Platts reported on September 22.