Sanctions ‘do not affect Russian oil exports much’

Russia’s oil production in July was nearly 310,000 barrels a day below pre-war levels

Will the cut in Norwegian interconnector flows bring more energy misery to UK?

The lack of rain could make the Nordic country cut the amount of energy it sends to Britain

Government opens fund to boost domestic nuclear fuel production

Projects designed to boost the production of fuel for reactors will be supported

UK’s crude oil imports from Russia dropped to £0 in May

In April, the UK imported Russian petroleum worth around £59 million, according to official data

“Total halt of Russian energy exports to Europe could put UK’s energy security at risk”

Europe could face a ‘severe recession’ if Vladimir Putin turns off the gas flows, according to a report

UK’s LNG imports doubled in first quarter

The UK has seen a steep increase in LNG regas because of the energy crunch caused by the war in Ukraine

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

UK has no plans on energy rationing, says Energy Minister

Greg Hands has said the UK should not increase LNG imports because it is expensive and more polluting

Nearly six million UK homes ‘could be hit by power cuts due to energy shortage’

Experts have warned that energy-intensive industries will be the first to feel the pinch

REPowerEU: Commission establishes taskforce to diversify energy supply

It will help deliver on the REPowerEU objective of reducing the region’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels by enabling member states and neighbouring nations to have access to alternative supplies at affordable prices over the coming years