The cancellation this week of two major wind projects off the coast of New Jersey effectively sinks President Joe Biden’s end-of-the-decade goal for building out offshore wind energy, a component of the US plan to eventually reach net zero.
In addition, the Biden administration has announced plans to award $1 billion to stimulate demand for hydrogen to provide “market certainty” and ensure demand.
Alaska’s congressional delegation cast the moves as irresponsible, with Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski saying they represented “incoherent energy policy.”
The Biden administration has formally rebuffed a bid by environmental activists to phase down oil and gas production on federal lands and waters, marking its latest nod to the endurance of fossil fuels in a warming world.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled the first step of the Government's response to the US' multibillion-dollar investment in green technology with a swipe at Joe Biden.
President Joe Biden authorized a giant ConocoPhillips oil project in northwest Alaska that environmentalists argue has no place in a warming world, even as he sought to bar future drilling across US Arctic waters and lands.
Chevron chief executive Mike Wirth pushed back on claims by President Joe Biden that Big Oil’s record profits are being made on the back of the war in Ukraine and at the expense of the American people.
Tackling methane emissions should be an easy way to make progress in tackling climate change – and point to how willing the energy industry is to the energy transition.
Egypt has struck a number of agreements with energy companies around sustainability and reducing emissions, including at the Idku liquefaction plant.
The Biden administration is strengthening its plan for limiting methane emissions from oil and gas wells after environmentalists panned an earlier version as too weak.
The UK government is reportedly pursuing a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply deal with the US as it looks to secure shipments ahead of next year.
OPEC+’s decision to cut oil production will hurt the global economy and add to inflationary pressures, a senior US official said during a visit to the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia has defended the OPEC+ decision to cut production, saying a US request to push back the move would have had a negative economic impact.
OPEC has taken the decision to cut production by 2 million barrels per day from its August target, amid growing concerns over weak pricing.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his foreign travels and hurried home as the load shedding crisis mounts.
OPEC+ responded to months of diplomatic efforts from US President Joe Biden with one of the smallest oil production increases in its history.
US President Joe Biden is due to visit the Middle East this week, with the oil market watching his trip to Saudi Arabia particularly closely.
Shell (LON: SHEL) said soaring margins from fuel production may have added more than $1 billion to the earnings of its refining business last quarter, when gasoline prices broke records in several countries.
‘Make sure the intern who posted this registers for Econ 101’ – US oil and gas trade body bites back at Biden
Trade body the US Oil and Gas Association (USOGA) has jibed back at Joe Biden after he went after “the companies running gas stations”.
Fears about potential sanctions on Chinese Government assets are driving Cnooc’s departure from the North Sea, it has been reported.
Oil slid below $100 a barrel and is heading for the biggest weekly loss in almost two years after the Biden administration ordered an unprecedented release of strategic U.S. reserves to tame rampant prices
The US and its partners will send an additional 15 billion cubic metres of LNG to Europe this year, US President Joe Biden has said.
The Biden administration will impose a ban on US imports of Russian energy on Tuesday without the participation of its European allies, according to people familiar with the matter.
Oil soared to the highest price level since 2008 as buyers continued to shun crude from Russia following its invasion of Ukraine, while OPEC+ is doing its best to ignore the war started by one of its key members.
The Biden administration on Wednesday outlined an array of initiatives to advance clean energy, including plans to hold the largest-ever sale of offshore wind farm rights in U.S. history and accelerate the construction of new power lines to transmit renewable electricity across the nation.