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"The next five to ten winters will be terrible if we don't do anything," said Belgian Energy Minister on Sunday, while calling for an EU-wide price cap.
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The latest announcement from Gazprom sent gas prices to an all-time high, raising the alarm across the continent.
Germany lowers natural gas tax to ease burden on consumers
Many German citizens are struggling with soaring energy costs following Russia’s war on Ukraine.
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The energy giant has an exclusive monopoly to export Russian pipeline gas.
Rivals to succeed Boris Johnson blasted for 'fantasy' economic plans
Prime ministerial contenders Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, as well as the main opposition leader, have been criticised by a prominent economist over their ideas for tackling the cost-of-living crisis.
Watch: Here's how the price of electricity is set in the EU
The price of electricity varies widely depending on the energy source used to generate it.
This paper battery with a water switch could help cut electronic waste
The team behind the paper battery say it could be used for smart labels, environmental sensors and even medical devices.
Powered by poo: German energy plant makes biogas from manure
With Germany scrambling to find alternatives to Russian natural gas, an energy plant in Zerbsk is producing biogas made from chicken and cow manure.
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Energy savings: How EU governments plan to cut their consumption
The EU must cut its consumption of gas to survive the coming winter as Russia progressively turns off the tap. We asked governments what they will do to reduce their own energy bills.
BP earnings triple as energy firm profits from rising prices
BP’s earnings tripled in the second quarter as the British energy giant profited from oil and natural gas prices that soared after Russia invaded Ukraine.
'Hungary will have enough': Orban to strike gas deal with Russia
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday he expects to agree a new gas deal with Russia this summer.
Tieless Pedro Sánchez asks Spaniards to ditch the tie to save energy
The Spanish PM showed up tieless to a press conference and asked his fellow Spaniards to follow suit.
Inflation across the eurozone reaches new all-time high of 8.9%
Core inflation, which excludes volatile items like energy and food, stood at 4%, the highest figure since the euro was created.
Berlin turns off the lights in a bid to save energy
Berlin has decided to turn off the lights of several monuments as part of an energy-saving attempt amidst fears of winter gas shortages.
Paris expands its underground cooling system to beat the heat
Paris' urban cooling network is set to triple in size, reducing the city's temperature by 1°C.
Energy poor in Spain struggle amid high inflation and heatwave
Euronews spoke with Monica Guiteras Blaya about the worsening energy crisis for those who can't afford to pay the bills.
All you need to know about the EU's 15% gas reduction plan
The plan could introduce mandatory rationing across the bloc if Russia totally cuts off gas supplies.
Fears of winter gas shortages as Nord Stream reduced to 20% capacity
Gas deliveries via Nord Stream fell on Wednesday to almost 20% of the pipeline's capacity, amplifying the risk of shortages this winter in several European countries.
MBS visits Europe
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in Athens on his first European Union trip since the 2018 killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Energy ministers reach deal on EU-wide gas reduction plan
Member states rushed to secure exemptions to the target to reflect national circumstances, like LNG availability.
'A total mess': Opposition mounts against the EU's gas reduction plan
Southern countries argue the European Commission's proposed plan is disproportionate and unfair.
Tesla profits jump and Elon Musk is confident amid global economy woes
Musk dismissed the idea that global economic problems were hurting interest in Tesla, despite vehicle prices' rising to what he called "embarrassing levels".
EU pushes back against claims Russian oil ban is hiking prices
The EU ban will not be completed until the end of the year, so its economic effects are still unclear.
Energy crisis: Brussels calls on member states to cut gas use by 15%
The aim, the Commission said, is to safeguard supply to households and essential users like hospitals and key industries.
Algeria becomes Italy's biggest gas supplier in new €4bn deal
With his government's fate in limbo, Italian PM Mario Draghi visted Algeria’s capital on Monday to finalise deals boosting Algerian gas supplies to Italy as Europeans brace for a possible cut-off of Russian gas.
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Angola is Southern Africa's second-largest oil and gas producer but it's aiming to be a renewable energy power. Global Angola reports.