A move towards European energy diversity with the signing in Budapest of agreements to build the Romanian section of the BRUA pipeline network through Bulgaria-Romania-Hungary and Austria.
The United Nations says it is talking to Russia about getting a longer halt to hostilities, to help the two million people trapped in the divided Syrian city of…
As many as 120,000 workers will have lost their jobs in Britain's oil and gas sector by the end of the year, according to the industry's lobby group.
The boss of French energy firm Total has warned it will "seriously reconsider" its future investment plans in France due to the strikes at its refineries against labour law reform.
Pedro Parente, the new boss of Brazil's scandal-ridden state-controlled energy firm Petrobras, has been talking about the challenges ahead.
Leaders of five countries have formally signed off on the construction of a pipeline to bring Caspian gas to European markets, reducing the energy reliance on Russia.
A referendum to be held next Sunday in Italy could shape the country’s energy policy for decades to come. The ballot was triggered by a request from
Record upstream production and high refining margins in Europe helped Total report better-than-expected fourth-quarter net profit.
A huge, ongoing natural gas leak in Porter Ranch, California, has pushed thousands to leave their homes and has cost SoCal Gas at least 50 million
A state of emergency has been declared in California over a massive natural-gas leak that has been spewing fumes into a Los Angeles neighbourhood for
An explosion at a cooking gas plant in south-eastern Nigeria has killed at least four people – although some reports say dozens more have died. The
Methane gas billowing into the sky from the hills above Los Angeles has been captured by an infrared camera to record images which are invisible to
A gas explosion rips through an apartment block in the Russian city of Volgograd, injuring at least eight occupants. Ten people, including three
The buttons have been pushed, and the welders’ blowtorches are firing up. A historic ceremony in Turkmenistan was the start of what’s due to become
Another round in the almost annual row over gas pricing has begun between Russia and Ukraine. Russian exporter Gazprom has announced its halting
Less than a year ago the Russian and Turkish leaders Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan set aside differences over foreign policy, signing a
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons says its analysis of an August ISIL bombardment proves mustard gas was used. First used 100
Patrick from London asked: “I have received an extremely high energy bill for last month. I suppose that my energy supplier has raised their prices
Poland has opened its first terminal to import liquefied natural gas (LNG), promising to become fully independent from Russian supplies from next
Russia and Ukraine have reached a deal over gas supplies this winter. The European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic, who brokered the talks
It is a discovery that could transform Egypt’s economy and have important geopolitical outcomes. Italian energy giant ENI has found the
Chinese officials have denied ordering the evacuation of residents from the area surrounding the site of a huge chemical explosion. The statement is
New evidence has emerged which shows Kurdish forces fighting in northern Iraq were allegedly attacked a few days ago with chemical weapons. A report
A weak rouble has helped to boost profits for Gazprom. The Russian energy giant beat expectations with a 71 percent jump in first-quarter net profit
Ukraine has stopped gas imports from Russia after negotiations collapsed about how much Kyiv should pay for its gas. Ukraine says it will not buy
Ukrainian state energy firm Naftogaz has said from July 1 it will not buy gas from Russia until new supply conditions are agreed. It follows a break
Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of Russia’s state-run gas exporter Gazprom, has announced plans to start commercial production from its Bazhenov shale