Pipeline specialist STATS Group plans to boost its international footprint following an “excellent” 2021.
Oil advanced for a third day, bookending another tumultuous week of trading as investors weigh the prospect of a European Union ban on Russian crude imports and uncertainty over China’s virus resurgence.
Germany said Russia is using energy as a “weapon” after Moscow reduced natural gas supplies in retaliation for Europe’s penalties over the war in Ukraine.
Ukraine has cited "force majeure" to potentially halt a third of Russian transited gas flows to Europe from Wednesday, while Russia’s Gazprom claims there have been no issues that would justify the move.
If you are the owner of an oil refinery, then crude is trading happily just a little above $110 a barrel — expensive, but not extortionate. If you aren’t an oil baron, I have bad news: it’s as if oil is trading somewhere between $150 and $275 a barrel.
A leader from the Ukraine energy sector will deliver an address at a major North Sea industry conference in Aberdeen this month.
Oil fluctuated as investors weighed a pledge by the Group of Seven to ban imports of Russian crude against a cut in official prices by Saudi Arabia and the impact of China’s energy-sapping lockdowns.
Industry survey spotlights growing friction between energy security, affordability and sustainability
The results of a major survey showcasing the attitudes of energy industry leaders from across the globe have been released.
Shell (LON: SHEL) reported its best ever quarterly results on Thursday despite suffering a hefty blow over its exit from activities in Russia.
India is trying to get deeper discounts on Russian oil to compensate for the risk of dealing with the OPEC+ producer as other buyers turn away, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Japan will consider providing financial support to boost production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the U.S., reported financial publication Nikkei Asia, as Tokyo aims to lower its energy dependence on Russia following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
The UK Government has blocked access for Russia to Britain’s professional services exports.
Equinor is to increase its share buybacks after posting “strong financial results” for the first quarterof 2022.
Before any discussion of how the invasion of Ukraine by Russia is impacting our sector, we must first acknowledge the devastating effects on the people of Ukraine of the indiscriminate shelling of civilian targets, the war crimes being perpetrated by Russian troops and the massive displacement of the population both within and beyond Ukraine, which is something most of us have never seen in Europe in our lifetimes, as well as the enormous courage and resilience of the Ukrainian nation.
A ministerial visit that’s long stuck in my mind was to a city called Khanty-Mansiysk far to the north in Siberia. You haven’t heard of it? Well, join a very large club to which I belonged before going there.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with key oil and gas producers to discuss the industry’s role in shoring up the country’s supplies, following up on a new energy security strategy announced by the government earlier this month.
Russia’s gas giant Gazprom PJSC reported its highest-ever annual income for 2021, when natural gas prices soared during Europe’s worst energy crunch in decades.
The UK Government expects Britain can stop importing Russian natural gas before the end of the year, sooner than expected, a person familiar with the matter said.
Russia’s Gazprom PJSC said it has halted gas flows to Poland and Bulgaria and will keep the supplies turned off until the two countries agree to Moscow’s demand to pay for the crucial fuel in rubles.
Almost two million barrels of Russian oil has landed in the UK since the invasion of Ukraine, Greenpeace has claimed.
Energy Voice talks to Jason Fox, Managing Partner, London, and Alastair Young, Partner, at Bracewell (UK) LLP on the future of North Sea investment as Brent crude oil remains at around $100.
Demand for oil is projected to peak in the next five years, driven largely by an increase in the uptake of electric vehicles.
Energy services giant Wood is on course to complete its exit from Russia by the end of the year.
The Ukrainian government criticised Shell for setting rules that allow the company to buy oil products partly sourced from Russia.
China’s interest in acquiring an abandoned stake in a Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project is providing further justification for Japan to continue its joint venture with Gazprom PJSC.