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Spain deploys more police after lorry drivers' strike over fuel prices
Some drivers have been accused of attacking others who have not joined their strike.
Fact or fiction: Is Putin to blame for the UK energy crisis?
As cost of energy continues to rise around the world, we explore just how far it's been impacted by Russia's war on Ukraine.
Which countries could plug the gap left by Russian gas in Europe?
Europe’s Russian gas dependence is a "medium-term problem". These are the countries that could fix it.
Why turning down your thermostat can ease a gas supply crisis
But would a more dependable solution be to deploy heat pumps to provide an energy efficient alternative to heat homes?
Europe needs to be weaned off Russian energy for the sake of stability
If Europe is serious about lessening its energy dependence on Russia, it needs to take these future energy projects into consideration.
EU is seeking alternatives to break free from Russian fossil fuels
Brussels will unveil its strategy on Tuesday to find alternative energy sources.
Germany speeds up renewable energy push due to Ukraine invasion
So far, cutting back on Russia's imports of natural gas has been tricky for Europe's largest economy, especially as it is already set to exit nuclear power this year and coal-fired power by 2030.
Italy explores Algerian gas as Europe strays from Russian fossil fuels
Italy's foreign minister and top energy CEO are visiting a gas supplier Algeria.
What happens if Russia shuts off gas supplies to Europe?
Germany, the biggest consumer of Russian gas, can also import from Norway, the Netherlands, Britain and Denmark via pipelines.
Why is energy poverty rising so sharply in the EU?
Energy poverty is a growing problem in Europe – with single parents with dependent children especially at risk.
Energy prices surge as Ukraine crisis deepens
Oil prices surged nearly 5% and stock prices dropped after Russian President Vladimir Putin recognised the independence of rebel-held regions of Ukraine on Monday evening, raising fears that a full-scale invasion was near.
EU gas supplies on 'safe side' for winter even if Russia cuts tap
Russia supplies about 40% of the EU's gas.
Greek farmers protest rising energy costs
Farmers in central Greece on Sunday blocked a highway with tractors and poured cans of milk on the ground to protest against rising energy costs.
Five charts to explain Europe's energy price crisis
The price of natural gas is six times higher than last year, with the costs driving up overall inflation in Europe.
Inflation in eurozone forecast to hit 4.8% amid soaring energy prices
Energy prices, supply chain bottlenecks, the Omicron variant and geopolitical tensions are all fuelling inflationary pressures.
Germany's gas reserves are at 'worrying' levels, admits government
Gas reserves have fallen to 35-36% from 40% recently and 80% in 2020.
What the UK energy bill hike means for green-powered households
There are calls for a windfall tax on North Sea oil and gas giants after Shell reported profits of €18 billion last year.
Energy crisis in Europe: How are countries dealing with soaring bills?
Energy costs are soaring across the continent and millions of households are struggling to cope. What are countries doing to address the problem?
Oil terminals disrupted after European ports hit by cyberattack
The hackers disrupted operating systems and prevented some oil tankers from delivering energy supplies.
Energy bills to rise €833 for average UK households
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak says the government will set aside more than €10 billion to support customers.