ExxonMobil’s loss in a court case in Europe may translate into a gain for carbon prices in the continent’s emissions trading system.
Europe invested £23.3bn in new windfarms last year, according to a new report.
Europe is aiming to become the world's first major "climate neutral" economy by 2050, the European Commission has announced.
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As Donald Trump’s trade policy risks worsening economic conflict with the European Union, Russia’s Vladimir Putin is strengthening ties with the region.
Russia’s natural gas export monopoly is set to expand its position as the dominant fuel supplier to Europe after a deal between the two resolved a seven-year-old anti-trust dispute.
Gas exports to Europe from Russia and Norway reached record levels last year, a new report said today.
Brexit is not a dominant issue for European Union countries, Philip Hammond acknowledged as he called for jobs and prosperity to be the first priority in the negotiations.
The European power sector will not invest in any new coal plants after 2020, it has announced, striking another blow for the struggling fossil fuel.
A Moray solar panel energy company is planning to double its workforce and expand its production facility.
A European tidal energy consortium has secured funding for the research and development of a potentially cost-cutting technology for tidal turbines.
Europe's oil capital has opened its second multimillion-pound hydrogen filling station along with the launch of a fleet of 10 green cars.
Norway’s Statoil ASA, the U.K.’s Royal Dutch Shell Plc and France’s Total SA have paid billions since 2013 to gain access to Brazil’s fertile offshore oil riches. They’re now seen as having the best chance to expand when Brazil later this year auctions four more blocks in the prolific play known as the pre-salt along the country’s east coast.
Renewables accounted for almost 90 per cent of new power added to Europe's electricity grids last year - but industry experts claim that green schemes are facing a lack of long term support.
European newspapers have responded to Theresa May’s speech setting out her priorities as she negotiates the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) with a series of striking front pages.
Russian energy major Gazprom has admitted that imports of LNG from the US could threaten its European dominance, a news report said.
Norway’s minority government reached a budget deal with its two support parties, bringing an end to a political crisis that risked culminating in a confidence vote at a debate in parliament on Monday.
When the European Commission last month demanded Apple pay up to 13 billion euros in back taxes to the Irish government, it gave the Brexit-battered UK government an opening. Number 10 and the Treasury were quick to stress Britain was “open for business” and they welcomed “any company wishing to invest in Britain and Britain’s workforce.”
BASF SE’s Wintershall unit is studying how it can participate in a project to expand a link from Russia to Germany into the European Union’s biggest gas import point.
Russia’s Gazprom PJSC will start a round of natural gas auctions for utilities and traders in Europe on Wednesday, a further sign the world’s biggest exporter of the fuel is becoming more market orientated.
An estimated $50billion has been removed from a forecast of capital investment in Norway over the next four years.
After decades in the planning and hundreds of millions of pounds – motorists are finally driving on the Aberdeen bypass.
US Vice President Joe Biden has said the US believes the Nord Stream 2 pipeline is a "bad deal" for Europe.
NorSea Group has said up to 100 jobs are set to go in Norway.
Two years ago during Offshore Northern Seas, the oil price was falling, having dropped to around $100 compared with just short of $115 on June 20, 2014.