Middle East tensions remain high after drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities

The attacks early on Saturday morning knocked 5% off the world’s total oil supply

Major milestone for Sellafield as final fuel leaves nuclear plant

The Calder Hall nuclear power station is empty of fuel for the first time since the 1950s

Majority of young Brits ‘would consider electric car if price is right’

Some of the concerns cited were the range of EVs, finding somewhere to charge and the time it would take to recharge

Aberdeen Council signs deal for 15 hydrogen-powered double deckers

It claims the move will see the city become the first in the world to introduce a double decker fleet powered by the clean gas

Upping ethanol in fuel mix ‘could be key to UK going green’

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for British Bioethanol says the introduction of E10 fuel could reduce emissions by the equivalent of taking 700,000 cars off the road

UK’s LPG ‘could go 100% bio-based by 2040’

Liquid Gas UK says versions of the fuel made from vegetable oils, glycerol, sugar and waste could cut carbon emissions by up to 90%

World’s first hydrogen car ferry ‘to hit the water in 2021’

Norwegian ferry company Norled and the Weston shipyard have signed a contract for the construction of the new vessel, along with a battery-powered ship

Nearly 11% of English households ‘were still in fuel poverty in 2017’

A new statistical release from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy shows more than 2.5 million households were still affected

Hydrogen refuelling station in Norway explodes, injuring two

The station in Sandvika, Bærum, ran by Nel Hydrogen’s joint venture Uno-X blew up at 17:30 yesterday – the cause is currently unknown

Icelandic waste to get shipped abroad for Dutch energy

Geminor has signed a deal to handle what it claims is the first ever export of treated waste from Iceland