Japan plans to propose a global stockpile for natural gas, similar to the emergency reserve in the oil sector, to help avoid future shortages and stabilize prices.
Singapore will target net-zero emissions by 2050 and is bolstering its short-term climate goals even as the city-state acknowledges it faces challenges to shift to cleaner energy sources.
European natural gas prices extended declines as mild weather and ample stockpiles ease concerns about shortages.
Hydrogen will not have a major role in the future of heating homes across the UK, according to a new review of more than two dozen independent studies.
Liz Truss’ energy plan is a “sticking plaster”, an expert has said, with more focus needed to decouple gas from electricity generation prices.
Russian gas giant Gazprom has declared force majeure on several European natural gas buyers - a move that may signal it intends to keep supplies capped, reinforcing Russia’s grip on the region’s energy.
Europe will need to ration natural gas to meet winter heating demand if the Nord Stream pipeline doesn’t restart after planned maintenance, according to Ineos Group.
Bilfinger and gas distribution network operator Cadent have teamed up to ensure a stable supply of natural gas to UK households.
Natural gas is to be classified as a “green” investment under proposals from business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, according to a report.
Industry leaders delivered what they termed “uncomfortable truths” on the use of natural gas in the UK at a major renewables and low-carbon industry event this week.
It is full steam ahead for Aberdeen-headquartered Kellas Midstream as it plans to push on with a £750 million investment for a major blue hydrogen project.
“Scotland will become the offshore wind capital of the world, I think that’s inevitable,” says Martin Dronfield, chairman of the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), "but the East of England can and will become the integrated energy exemplar in the UK.”
For the first time ever, the giant fleet of UK wind farms are earning the government money.
Putting the latest failed energy supplier under a “special” administration will help to avoid a further collapse at another supplier, a Scottish insolvency expert has said.
Harland & Wolff has been given the green light to push ahead with a “vital” gas storage project that could help to ensure security of supply in the UK.
Shell (LON: RDSA) has said that it expects cash flow to be bolstered by soaring prices for gas and electricity.
Whatever message is drawn, the current explosion of interest in energy policy should ensure that realism impinges upon the rhetoric which will accompany COP26. Virtue alone does not keep the lights on.
European energy prices soared to fresh records amid worsening fears over supply, with UK natural gas futures exceeding the threshold of 300 pence a therm for the first time ever.
TotalEnergies is seeking to sell part of its stake in the huge Laggan Tormore gas field in the west of Shetland, according to a news article.
Energy majors, including Chevron, ExxonMobil, JERA, JGC, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Santos and SK E&S, are banding together to help nations in Asia achieve lower carbon emissions by promoting natural gas. Together they have established an advocacy group called Asia Natural Gas and Energy Association (ANGEA) that will join with policymakers to find solutions to cut carbon emissions.
Natural gas prices in the UK and the Netherlands soared to record highs as concerns over tight supplies mount while demand increases.
The chairman of Deltic Energy has underscored the need for domestic natural gas supply in the UK in order to meet net zero.
Small energy suppliers in the UK are going out of business as natural gas and power prices reach record highs across Europe.
The chairman of a leading hydrogen lobby group stepped down earlier this week over its support for blue hydrogen.
The chief financial officer (CFO) of Shell has cautioned that a ban on UK oil and gas exploration would mean “trade-offs” for the energy system.