European Union government officials will discuss key elements of a planned overhaul of the bloc’s power market this week, setting the scene for difficult negotiations on how to shield the economy from an energy crisis.
The European Parliament and member states aim to reach a tentative deal on putting a carbon price on imported goods coming from third countries, giving the bloc a powerful tool to shield its industry during an unprecedented green transition while helping deter pollution in other parts of the world.
The European Parliament’s criticism of oil projects in Uganda failed to “respect the fundamental principles” of democracy, TotalEnergies has said.
The European Parliament has criticised a proposed East African pipeline, calling for TotalEnergies to consider an alternative route.
The European Commission has confirmed that some gas and nuclear resources will be acceptable in the energy transition.
European Union leaders plan to underscore the importance of the fight against climate change when they meet next week, though their words will stop short of a mandate to move toward zeroing out fossil fuel emissions.
European ministers have agreed to ratify the world’s first comprehensive climate treaty - a move which is set to bring the deal into force.
Persistent negativity by the European Parliament directed towards Azerbaijan risks alienating an “important partner” and its people, Baku has warned, after recent comments by EP President Martin Schulz.
The UK's offshore health and safety regime could be adopted across Europe after a vote by politicians in Strasbourg tomorrow.
Everyone involved in the US Gulf of Mexico deepwater sector must surely have heaved a sigh of relief when, on October 12, President Barack Obama said the temporary six-month moratorium on deepwater drilling had been lifted.