Achieving a secure energy supply at reasonable cost remains one of Europe’s great strategic challenges.
The Ukraine crisis is driving the EU to
He has been cold-shouldered by the West, but Vladimir Putin has been greeted in China by President Xi Jinping, with pomp and ceremony aplenty.
In this edition of Reporter euronews is in Moldova. Sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, this former Soviet republic is facing a choice between
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia had to act to help its “brotherly” neighbor
Ukraine out of economic crisis.
He added that Moscow did
A UK energy firm has been left red-faced after encouraging Twitter users to give their views on gas price increases.
British Gas announced it will
The world’s energy landscape is changing, but what will be next? This was one of the main topics during the KAZENERGY Eurasian Forum, an
Anxious residents on Spain’s east coast around the Bay of Valencia want answers after the government admitted there was a link between two weeks
Wojciech Swieton has travelled all over the world as a drilling engineer.
He started his search for natural gas in his native Poland, then moved
Complete interview in English with junior minister for shale gas at the Environment Ministry of Poland, Piotr Grzegorz Wozniak.
Complete interview in English with coordinator for CEE Bankwatch Network Poland, Jakub Gogolewski.
Pawel Poprawa works for the Warsaw-based Energy Studies Institute and lobbies in favour of shale gas exploration in Poland
British energy giant BP faces further troubles as lower oil and gas prices, as well as a decline in production due to maintenance work has a negative
The French utility company GDF-Suez raised its initial offer by 7% for the 30% of the British electricity provider it did not already own
According to the International Monetary Fund Uzbekistan has coped well with the financial crisis, maintaining a budget surplus and low public debt
In response to gas and oil drilling carried out by the Greek Cypriot government in the Mediterranean, Turkish Cypriots have started to conduct their
EU member Cyprus has a major natural gas find on its hands, which is complicating even further dealings with EU-candidate country Turkey. Unification
This is a crucial year for Ukraine and especially for its international relations with both Russia and Europe.
That was the backdrop to this
In this week’s Europe Weekly we take a look at the EU’s new energy strategy, a customs deal in Kosovo and the eurozone debt crisis. We also chat to