EU leaders will meet again in Brussels on Thursday with a view to enacting tougher sanctions against Russia over its annexation of Crimea.
U.S. Navy Seals boarded and took control of an oil tanker late on Sunday that escaped earlier this month from a Libyan port with armed men at the
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
Energy giant Total has been acquitted by a Paris court of corruption charges, in connection to the United Nations oil-for-food programme in
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.
BP was the standout gainer on the FTSE100 on Tuesday thanks to its better-than-expected results.
In the third quarter, the British oil company’s
No sector has been spared by the global economic crisis, least of all the energy industry.
At the recent Kazenergy Forum in Astana, debates
Europe’s third-largest oil company was the second biggest winner on a downward Cac40 in Paris. Total’s share price was up 0.8 per cent. The
The 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill continues to haunt BP with the US Justice Department now accusing the British oil giant of “gross negligence and
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 Argentinian nightmare caught up with Repsol on the market on Tuesday as its subsidiary YPF was nationalised by Buenos Aires.
The Spanish oil
In this edition of U-talk Fabián, in Spain, asks: “In a world whose economic model is based on oil consumption, do you as a European ecologist think
Kirkuk lies on the well of Iraqi oil. The ethnically diverse city contains 40 per cent of the country’s oil exportation, while representing just 2.2
The Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has told euronews he believes the Syrian government is using disproportionate force against pro-democracy
Thousands of passengers pass through European airports every day without knowing that their journeys would not have been possible without a little
Leaving valuable oil-reserves underground for the sake of the environment is an expensive idea for any country let alone a developing one.