UK delays again the decision for Cumbria coal mine

Last month, it was promised that a decision would be made “as soon as possible”

Critical coal barges at deadlock as Rhine is set to be “impassable” by Friday

Shallow water across the river could reportedly mean that energy products remain undelivered

Uniper warns over output of coal-fired stations as river evaporates

Lower Rhine River levels mean that the company might need to cut output at a coal fire plant in Germany

UK reaches ‘landmark’ agreement to modernise Energy Charter Treaty

The modernised treaty will ensure investments in new fossil fuel projects do not get legal protection and will instead have ‘a much stronger focus’ on promoting clean and affordable energy

‘Net zero will more than double Australian energy bills’

A new report claims closing coal-fired power stations isn’t the way to go

UK ‘paid £5.1bn for Russian gas, oil and coal in 2021’

In the second month since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russian oil and coal imports to the UK fell by 70%, according to a report

UN Chief: Governments must stop ‘dragging their feet’

Turning to fossil fuels following the Ukraine War is ‘delusional’, António Guterres claims

Will EDF’s coal-fired power station help the UK keep the lights on this winter?

The West Burton A plant in Nottinghamshire could reportedly see its life extended under new government proposals

Russia ‘earned €93bn from fossil fuel exports in the first 100 days of war’

China, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands were the largest importers of Russian energy, according to a report

TotalEnergies strikes major LNG deal in Qatar

The project is hailed as the world’s largest LNG development