Nissan reprieve turns headlights on battery supply chain

Work at Nissan's Sunderland plant is to continue including on the Qashqai SUV odel that was…

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…

Ball in Biden’s court, says Rohani ten days after final Trump sanctions

Rohani tells Biden to review US policy to Iran and latest Trump sanctions on metals and…

High-voltage transmission to turn Big Apple green

bidding opened last week for several high-voltage transmission projects to New York City from clean emergy…

Vietnam emerges as new FDI hot spot

Vietnam is emerging as new hotspot for investors with Asian ambitions

MBS draws The Line

The Line will be a 100-mile pedestrianised belt of  carbon-free  communities big enough to house million…

Euronext IPO challenges Sunak’s Big Bang 2.0 theory

UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s assertion earlier this week that Brexit could trigger a ‘Big Bang 2.0…

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…

Trump fires parting shot with US-Taiwan detente call

Trump's parting shop is to lift US-Taiwan restrictions - and to irritate Beijing

Rohani turns to Iranian petrochemical exports to beat sanctions

Iranian petrochemical exports are set to jump from $15bn in the Islamic Republic’s current calendar year…

SK and Plug Power in hydrogen JV

The SK Group, South Korea’s third-largest conglomerate, has agreed to invest $1.5bn in US-based hydrogen fuel…

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…

POSCO joins steel industry’s hydrogen pioneers

Korean steelmaker POSCO has announced plans to increase its current annual hydrogen production capacity from 7,000…

Nissan joins race for the ‘final frontier’

The Egyptian government should end duty-free access for imported vehicles so as to stimulate domestic car…

Japanese energy goals blowing in the offshore wind

Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshi Kajiyama this week announced ambitious plans to transform…

Chinese cotton embargo threat to world clothing supply chain

The release of new evidence showing that hundreds of thousands of ethnic minority labourers in Xinjiang…

One Belt One Road – One Direction? BRI at the crossroads

Could the Covid -19 pandemic spell the beginning of the end of China’s Belt and Road…

Denmark calls time on North Sea oil and raises the bar for Boris

Denmark called time on its North Sea oil industry yesterday when the Regeringen in Copenhagen ratified…

Carney calls for $100bn carbon offset market

The development of a $100bn global carbon offset market in place was ‘imperative’ if the private…

Malawi has high hopes for cannabis industry

Malawi’s newly created Cannabis Regulatory Authority (CRA) has received more than 100 applications from companies wanting…

China’s vaccine diplomacy gets mixed reaction

News that Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia had all arranged to procure COVID-19 vaccines from either…

Ørsted and BP boost German green hydrogen drive

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

Ozon IPO soars as Russian retail investors just keeps on coming

The value of funds that Russian retail investors are channelling through brokerage accounts rose by $17.3…