Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas (DKK: VWS) has announced a return to profitability as it released its 2023 third quarter results.
Scottish Government plans could see the country supply 10% of EU hydrogen demand and create 700 jobs.
A group of Western European nations led by Germany and France have committed to massively ramping up the production of clean energy from wind turbines in the North Sea, to both meet climate targets and reduce their strategic energy dependence on Russia.
A group of 40 European Union lawmakers have called on UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to scrap plans to develop the Rosebank oil and gas field ahead of an energy summit next week.
Almost four months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Russian crude oil, Urals, has seen a switch in flow from its traditional market of Europe to Asia. Since the start of the war, based on the average of March to May 2022, Indian imports of Urals crude have picked up by 658% compared to 2021 levels, while for China the increase is 205% and for Asia as a whole 347%, Rystad Energy research shows.
European Union leaders agreed to pursue a partial ban on Russian oil, paving the way for a sixth package of sanctions to punish Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, for the invasion of Ukraine.
The euro area’s pandemic recovery would almost grind to a halt, while prices would surge even more quickly if there are serious disruptions to natural-gas supplies from Russia, according to new projections from the European Commission.
Italian energy giant Eni is preparing to open ruble accounts at Gazprombank JSC, allowing it to potentially comply with Russian demands that gas must be paid for in local currency, according to people familiar with the matter.
The former deputy country chair of Shell Ukraine has hit out at TotalEnergies over its “toothless, useless and highly disappointing" position on Russia's invasion.
On July 14, 2021 the EU unveiled its much anticipated ‘Fit for 55’ package of proposals to align the trading block with its 2030 emission reduction targets.
European Union leaders failed to reach a deal on how to react to the unprecedented gas crisis that sent energy prices to record levels after Poland and the Czech Republic demanded stronger action to cap the costs of pollution.
The UK is trying to corral at least 18 countries to agree to stop funding of foreign fossil fuel projects by the end of next year, according to people familiar with the situation.
Brexit is undermining the battle against the climate emergency, a senior SNP government minister warned.
The price of polluting in the European Union may rise to as much as 85 euros a metric ton by the end of the decade as the bloc tightens its carbon market and forces a swifter shift to clean energy, according to a draft analysis by the EU’s executive arm.
The European Union’s green bond standard will be voluntary rather than binding for issuers, according to a draft document seen by Bloomberg.
The person in the street may not regard the 19th of May as a date of any real significance.
Europe ploughed more than £37billion (€43bn) of investment into new wind farm projects in 2020, led by the UK, according to analysis.
The head of a small North Sea start-up company has said he is “frightened” by rising export costs due to Brexit.
With less than 30 days to go until the end of the Brexit transition period at the end of December, many questions remain unanswered as to what the impact will be on waste management in the UK.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for negotiations over gas exploration rights for Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean as EU leaders consider sanctions.
The theme for this issue of Energy Voice is looking back on 2020 and looking forward to 2021 – I think most of us can’t wait to put 2020 behind us, so I thought I would focus on the future. One thing the future holds for us is Brexit.
BP and Danish energy firm Orsted will team up to develop large-scale green hydrogen production at a refinery in north-west Germany.
European Union foreign-policy chief Josep Borrell said EU relations with Turkey are at a crossroads as the bloc presses Ankara to halt controversial energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean.
European governments approved the most ambitious climate change plan to date, agreeing to pour more than 500 billion euros ($572 billion) into everything from electric cars to renewable energy and agriculture.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has urged the UK Government to be “mindful” of any additional costs to the sector as it plans new Brexit customs charges.