British gas consortium helps repair work of Ukraine’s damaged energy infrastructure

Large-scale components and specialist tools were donated to help Ukraine’s gas networks

British Gas dispute ends with pay deal

Workers accepted an improved pay rise after 43 days of strike action

Billpayers ‘could pay billions in extra nuclear plant decommissioning costs’

Seven power plants should have been decommissioned decades ago, according to a parliamentary committee report

National Grid posts £4bn profit amid energy crisis

The company has made record investment in 2021/22, including capital investment of £6.7bn for continuing operations

New EU cross-border energy infrastructure rules end support for oil and gas projects

The Council has adopted a revised Trans-European Networks for Energy Regulation, which also introduces mandatory sustainability criteria for all projects

Government injects £120m in nuclear power

The fund is forecast to push forward the government’s plan to build new nuclear stations as part of the “British nuclear renaissance”

National Grid to pay back £200m of interconnector revenues earlier than planned

The decision for early payments is predicted to help customers with rising bills

“The UK could be wholly dependent on oil and gas imports within 15 years”

The government has been criticised over lack of commitment to the oil and gas industry’s future

US charges four Russian hackers for targeting energy infrastructure

Russian nationals allegedly ‘hacked computers of hundreds of entities’ related to the global energy sector

Ofgem slammed over standing charges

A charity has urged the energy regulator to stop the ‘standing charge discrimination’