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We ‘couldn’t find gas’ yesterday: Odesa deals with petrol shortage
We ‘couldn’t find gas’ yesterday. Euronews international correspondent Anelise Borges spoke with some of the residents of Odesa dealing with its petrol shortage
As G7 commits to banning Russian oil, is fermented fuel the answer?
Wheat husks, pulped sugar beets and onion peelings could help curb Europe’s energy crisis, as farmers brew up biogas from agricultural waste.
Human waste turned into fuel to heat homes - and cook food
The human waste is turned into briquettes which can be used as an alternative to coal
Why Brits should turn their power off for 10 minutes this weekend
After a successful protest in Spain, Brits are being urged to join the '#BigPowerOff' - a campaign against the fuel crisis.
Kenya: Long queues at petrol stations due to fuel restrictions
Motorists wait at petrol stations in Kisumu, western Kenya, due to fuel shortages and strict rationing at service stations.
Spanish truckers continue strike despite government aid on fuel prices
Spain's government unveiled a €1 billion proposal on Friday to reduce fuel prices.
Soaring costs for farmers could threaten food security in Europe
The war in Ukraine has sparked concerns from farmers as the cost of producing food continues to rise.
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.
What are European governments doing to reduce fuel costs?
Countries are cutting fuel taxes to try and cope with price hikes but not everyone believes it is the best way to go.
Second hand electric cars: One way to beat the petrol crisis?
With the fuel crisis again troubling UK motorists, a second-hand electric car could be the best way to get back on the road.
Dozens killed in petrol truck explosion in northern Haiti
“Three days of national mourning will be decreed throughout the territory, in memory of the victims of this tragedy that the entire Haitian nation is grieving.”
Under the bonnet: How have planes changed over time?
You might think planes look the same as 60 years ago but subtle engineering advances have made big changes. Let’s look under the bonnet to find out what they are.
Which country is turning olives into renewable energy?
The plant-based waste is turned into cylindrical pellets which act as biomass fuel to heat homes.
Hungary to cap petrol and diesel prices as fuel costs surge
Petrol stations that charge more than the established cap could be shut down, the government has said.
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North Macedonia declares 30-day state of emergency over energy crisis
North Macedonia's government said it would provide emergency funding for state companies to import the necessary fuel.
Sunlight mixed with air could create the greenest airplane fuel yet
After two years in development, scientists have confirmed that the fuel is “stable and reliable”.
Days before COP26, UK budget ‘flies in the face’ of climate logic
British Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget speech failed to mention tackling the climate crisis and made pledges that could drive emissions up.
Fuel prices at an all-time high in Hungary and expected to climb more
Hungarians have seen the price of fuel reach an all-time high, and prices are expected to go even higher on Friday.
Prince Charles reveals he runs his car on fuel made of wine and cheese
In 2020, the Prince of Wales ventured into sustainable fashion by producing a clothing collection made out of nettles from his garden.
100 charities urge the EU to end use of some biomass as 'renewable' energy
European citizens pay more than €6 billion per year to subsidise wood burning as renewable energy.
Managing Europe's winter of discontent ǀ View
Skyrocketing fuel prices, ongoing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and supply chain disruption are on the cards for Europe this winter. Analyst Radu Magdin argues leaders must tackle these issues head-on, not shy away from them.
UK calls on army and foreign lorry drivers to fight fuel supply crisis
Military personnel will be deployed next week to distribute petrol, while 300 visas for overseas tanker drivers will be issued 'immediately'.
Price rises may mean 500k more will struggle to heat homes - charities
Nearly half a million people in the UK could have to decide between paying their energy bill or food as natural gas prices soar.
UK lorry driver shortage is part of a wider European problem
The UK has been grappling with fuel shortages for days, and shelves are emptying at supermarkets - but the driver shortage that is causing this is also a problem across Europe.
Shortage of HGV drivers 'not surprising' but Brexit 'not main cause'
Shortage of truck drivers "not surprising after reopening post-Covid" and "Brexit has aggravated this but is not the main cause", professor of economics and public policy Jonathan Portes told Euronews.
British army put on standby to help ease fuel supply crisis
Many fuel stations across the UK have run dry because of a shortage of truck drivers partly blamed on Brexit.