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EU ban on Russian oil imports comes into force
The EU and G7 countries have also expanded the existing price cap on Russian crude oil to include all refined products.
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Exxon tries to block new EU windfall tax on oil companies
The US oil giant argues Brussels went beyond its legal authority by imposing the levy.
Ban in response to $60 cap on Russian oil agreed by Western countries
Moscow has announced a ban on the export of crude oil to countries that have introduced price caps on Russian oil and petroleum products.
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Campaigners say the decision sets a "minimum level of ambition for all banks committed to net-zero."
Russian oil cap not meant to disrupt markets - Timmermans
An EU ban on oil imports from Moscow also came into effect on Monday.
OPEC sticks to policy of reducing oil output
The Group often acts to change the supply and demand of oil, in order to control market prices and ensure high revenues for its members. But it says it's ready to meet at any time to “address market developments if necessary.”
Price cap on Russian oil comes into force despite Moscow's threats
The $60-a-barrel cap on Russian oil approved by the G7 comes into force on Monday despite Moscow's threats.
Price cap on Russian crude oil exports to come into effect
A price ceiling on Russian seaborne crude oil agreed upon by Australia, the EU and G7 nations will come into effect on Monday, with a cap on refined petroleum products due in February next year.
EU countries agree to cap Russian oil at $60 per barrel
EU ambassadors spent the last few days debating the level of the price cap, which will have implications across global markets.
EU talks to cap Russian oil prices hit impasse as key deadline nears
The latest proposal to cap Russian crude at $62 per barrel was deemed too high by Poland and the Baltic states.
Over 600 fossil fuel lobbyists registered at COP27 climate talks
“Those perpetuating the world's fossil fuel addiction should not be allowed through the doors of a climate conference”, campaigners say.
Climate campaigners protest at COP27 despite restrictive rules
Protest is limited at the climate conference in Sharl El Sheikh with actions confined to a designated area.
These European countries are pouring billions into fossil fuels abroad
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'Russia will lose the energy battle,' says IEA chief Fatih Birol
Europe was by far Russia's largest market and client and "Russia lost this client forever", the International Energy Agency chief said in an interview with Euronews.
Alaska to auction a Netherlands-sized area to oil and gas companies
The state auction of arctic land will likely lead to an expansion of oil and gas production in the Arctic.
Are these floating 'powerships' the answer to Europe’s energy crisis?
It’s been floated that these seaborne power plants from Turkey could help Europe fill the Russian energy supply gap.
Government forces striking employees back to work at Normandy refinery
Fuel shortages in France are set to continue after the CGT labour union vowed to continue industrial action and challenge the government's requisition in court.