Saudi ends Qatar embargo

Saudi Arabia and its allies this week put an end to the three-and-a-half year Qatar embargo…

Dr Robert Golob – Chairman GEN-I

Founded in 2004 by a group of former graduates from the University of Ljubljana, the GEN-I…

UK to house first blue hydrogen power plant

The UK looks set to become home to the world’s first large-scale power station to burn…

Andrey Filatov – Chairman, Tuloma Investment Company

Tuloma Investment Company (TIC) specialises in investing in public and private assets in Russia. Established by…

EU taxonomy rule book may classify gas as sustainable investment

Gas-fuelled plants that generate power as well as heating or cooling could be classified as sustainable…

Oil traders pour $1.5bn of own cash into $70bn Vostok ‘province’

Trafigura oil traders have put $1.5bn of their own cash into Rosneft's $110bn vast Vostok oil…

India’s Essar in $1bn UK hydrogen JV

The Essar Group has announced that it is partnering up with clean-energy specialists Progressive Energy to…

UK leads race for hydrogen heating

Behind industry and ground transport, household boilers are the third biggest emitters of greenhouse gases in…

Trans Adriatic Pipeline opens, NS2 stalls

After four and a half years in construction, the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) last week began…

Ørsted and BP boost German green hydrogen drive

Hopes that green hydrogen could help Germany reach its carbon emission goals have been boosted by…

Biden’s $2trn boost for US clean energy industry

With Joe Biden set to take over occupation of the White House next January, the US…

Future brightens for hydrogen fuel cells

Will hydrogen soon become a major source of clean energy? A Brussels-based lobby group called The…

Philippines re-energises South China Sea dispute

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the lifting of a six-year-old  ban on oil and gas…

Kardashian West wades in on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Amid international appeals to end the hostilities and initiate peace talks, Kim Kardashian West, whose late…

Erdogan steps back in Eastern Mediterranean

Tensions between Greece and Turkey over oil and gas exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean eased a…

Total secures $15bn for Mozambique LNG

Total has secured $15bn to develop Mozambique LNG and in the process begin to transform Mozambique…

Lithuania looks to guarantee energy security with acquisition of Hoeg LNG terminal

In a determined attempt to lessen its country’s reliance on Russian gas imports, the Lithuanian parliament…

Morocco pledges $30bn to renewable energy

Morocco is planning to invest  as much as $30bn  in its renewable energy industry by 2030,…

A clash of symbols: Li pledges to open China up to foreign ownership as Trump slaps on steel import tariffs

Within days of US President Donald Trump declaring his intention to impose tariffs on steel imports, …

Putin pours oil on NS2’s troubled waters amid fears of German power play

Russian President Vladimir Putin moved to allay European fears of a political agenda behind  the controversial…

New North Sea discoveries make UK net oil producer for first time since 2004

The UK stands set on the brink of becoming a net oil producer for the first…

S&P upgrade gives Putin pre-election boost, but central bank frets about oil

The Russian economy  received a welcome if qualified vote of confidence  last Friday when  S&P  Global…

‘New chapter’ as work starts on Afghan leg of TAPI pipeline

Work on the Afghan leg of the 1,814 km, $8bn TAPI natural gas pipeline that will…

Gas standoff in East Mediterranean as Turkey confronts Eni drillship

Tensions between Turkey and Cyprus over ownership of offshore hydrocarbon resources in the Mediterranean flared up…