The biggest bull run this decade in European gas markets has failed to sway Ukraine from its year-long boycott of Russian supplies of the fuel.
European ministers have agreed to ratify the world’s first comprehensive climate treaty - a move which is set to bring the deal into force.
Scottish Government ministers will meet with bosses from the energy sector today to discuss the implications of Brexit.
A UK cabinet secretary is pledging to put “Scottish voices and interests” at the centre of Brexit negotiations.
The UK steel industry has welcomed a move by the European Union to impose anti-dumping measures on a steel product from China and Russia.
Brexit’s opportunities as well challenges must be addressed to encourage the UK’s “entrepreneurial spirit”, according to Theresa May.
If you’ll pardon the use of French, is there beginning to be a slight feeling of “plus ca change, c’est plus la meme chose” in the air? Having cleared away the sound, fury and political change resulting from Brexit, the world seems to be going on pretty much as before.
Aberdeen status as Europe's energy capital is not in doubt following Brexit, according to Conservative MEP Ian Duncan.
The boss of RenewableUK said the economic uncertainty caused by the UK's decision to leave the European Union had strengthened the case for supporting onshore wind.
France's Economy Minister has said a "timely" investment should be made by EDF on its Hinkley Point nuclear project in the UK following Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
French oil services company Technip said there was no reason for Britain's exit from the European Union to impact its merger with FMC Technologies - including plans for London to be the legal headquarters of the new group.
Nigerian militants have called for a referendum on breaking up the country's federation.
This morning the UK woke up to the news that it is to leave the EU, as 52% majority supported the leave campaign.
The UK and devolved governments must show strong leadership to stabilise the economy following the decision to quit the European Union (EU), business and industry chiefs have said.
Oil major Shell has said it respects the decision of the "British people" to leave the European Union, despite being in favour of a remain vote.
Business groups forecast a “nervy time ” ahead for industry and urged the government to do all it could to maintain stability.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is set to ban shale gas fracking in Germany, passing legislation in parliament on Friday that is set to end years of discussion over whether the nation should follow the U.S. in launching a boom in drilling.
U.S. stock futures plunged, triggering a trading curb, as the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union fanned speculation that a divided Europe would put another brake on already fragile global growth.
A new poll has revealed 59.4% of energy sector workers would back leaving the European Union.
With the Brexit vote just days away, we want to know how you'll be voting on Thursday.
Brexit could make it harder for the European Union to meet its climate targets, carbon pollution figures show.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warned that only continued EU membership would keep investment flowing into the struggling North Sea oil and gas sector on a visit to Aberdeen on Saturday.
European Union carbon allowances declined at the fastest pace since June 1 amid skepticism that the region will adopt a proposal by France to include a minimum price in almost-daily auctions of the contracts.
EU antitrust regulators have raided the offices of a number of oil companies over suspected blocking of gas exports to other EU countries.
Gazprom has said it sees no need to wage gas price wars in Europe to squeeze out rivals including LNG from the US.