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.
Gazprom PJSC’s profit slumped in the last quarter, cooling the prospect of an increased dividend from the world’s largest natural gas producer.
Oil and gas supermajors and the national coal industries of three of the world's biggest countries are among the top contributors to climate change, according to a new report.
Gazprom PJSC is in talks to ramp up natural gas sales in the UK as coal plants are shuttered and the nation’s biggest storage site is closed for good.
Belarus has settled its $726million debt for gas supplied by Gazprom in 2016-17, the Russian energy giant said.
Nord Stream 2 has booked three Allseas vessels for a major pipelay job in the Baltic Sea.
Russia’s state-owned energy giant Gazprom has moved to quash speculation it is looking to relocate its London operations due to fears over trade barriers after Brexit.
A policy of nationalizing chunks of an economy inevitably creates oligarchs who skim profits off the country's natural resources.
Gazprom PJSC deputy head Alexander Medvedev is taking solace in old sayings by the founding father of the People’s Republic of China as the natural gas giant pushes ahead with a plan to become its biggest supplier.
Europe’s appetite for natural gas is leading to a growth “renaissance” as its stores of the fuel languish at the lowest levels since 2013, according to Gazprom PJSC.
Russia's second biggest oil and gas firm Gazprom is pursuing "major investment projects", its board of directors has been told.
The world's largest vessel is to lay more than 900km of gas pipeline linking Russia to southern Europe.
Immediate investment decisions are needed in Europe to continue long-term gas demand, according to Gazprom's deputy cheif executive.
Russian energy major Gazprom has admitted that imports of LNG from the US could threaten its European dominance, a news report said.
Gazprom said it will increase oil production by up to 5% next year.
Gazprom and OMV have reached an outline deal to swap a 38.5% stake in the latter company's Norwegian unit for a 25% stake in a section of Gazprom's Urengoy gas field.
Russia’s top oil producers have supported the Kremlin’s plans for cuts to oil production, a news report said.