The world’s biggest natural gas exporter and one of the globe’s top consumers of the fuel cement their energy co-operation on Monday with the launch of Russia’s giant Power of Siberia pipeline to northern China.
Saudi Arabia is pushing ahead with the much-watched IPO of the mainstay of its economy, Aramco, although with somewhat diminished aspirations.
Losses narrowed at Plexus Holdings in 2018-19 as the oil-well-technology firm’s “rebuild and reset” plan showed promising signs.
A number of African states are in the process of visiting Sochi, largely in the hope of signing deals for new investment.
Energy services firm Petrofac has hailed the start of gas injection for a giant project to deliver energy from Russia to Turkey.
South Korea has struck a 15-year deal with BP for LNG supplies, covering 1.58 million tonnes per year.
A north-east technology firm has entered into a pact expected to lead to the award of a multi-million pound deal for pipeline work in Russia’s Far East.
Depreciation costs, corporation tax and discontinued operations have led to heavy losses for Aberdeen-based Plexus Holdings.
Aberdeen-based oil well technology firm Plexus Holdings said today that its Russian licensee had clinched its first major contract to supply gas exploration equipment to Gazprom.
Russia is looking at how to develop a market for hydrogen in Europe, a move that would help maintain demand for one of its primary exports as governments everywhere work to cut pollution.
Aberdeen oilfield technology firm Plexus has sold two sets of well abandonment equipment to its Russian partner for the construction of shallow water exploration gas wells on the Kara Sea Shelf.
Ukraine and Russia have clashed again, with Naftogaz serving Gazprom with an order to freeze assets in England and Wales.
As Donald Trump’s trade policy risks worsening economic conflict with the European Union, Russia’s Vladimir Putin is strengthening ties with the region.
Gazprom PJSC’s profit jumped to the highest in three years as natural gas sales to Europe surged.
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.
Ministers have been accused by MPs of risking national security by "turning a blind eye" to the Russian "dirty money" flowing through the City of London.
35 of the world’s biggest oil and gas firms were given their walking papers yesterday as the Danish pension, PKA, exerted its influence.
Russia and its nuclear power company, Rosatom, have inked deals this year to develop nuclear plants in Bangladesh, Argentina, Congo and Mongolia. China is working on projects in the United Kingdom and Pakistan. South Korea, Japan and France also are seeking to export nuclear power technology to developing nations hungry for energy.
The natural gas crisis eased in the U.K. as the nation’s pipeline manager said more supplies were flowing after a blast of Arctic air lifted demand for heating and electricity.
The executive who spent more than a decade turning a Gazprom PJSC unit into a global energy trader has left the company.
Europe shouldn’t overreact to the shock to natural gas markets caused by an explosion earlier this month in Austria, according to Gazprom PJSC.
Russia today began production from the Yamal LNG project, the country's second liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.
A host of oil and gas business leaders are lined up to attend at the 20th and largest edition of the Adipec conference, which gets under way in Abu Dhabi tomorrow.
Gazprom and Delek Drilling today signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the Israeli natural gas market.
Russian oil giant Gazprom has replaced ExxonMobil at the summit of S&P Global Platts’ top 250 global energy company rankings.