Can carbon capture help navigate the energy crisis?

New consultation aims to secure more private funds into BECCS projects

Russia’s Gazprom cuts off gas supply to Denmark’s Ørsted

The Danish company said Gazprom Export has halted the supply of gas after the Russian firm demanded payment in roubles, despite being under no obligation to do so under the contract

Danish offshore wind giant rejects demand for payments in roubles

Ørsted has said there is a risk that Gazprom Export will stop supplying gas to the company

While gas wholesale cost falls to double digits, the pressure is still on across Europe

In this week’s Resonance energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Dr Petra Puskarova about the continued impact of gas prices on European energy markets.

Ofgem: “Inability to afford rising bills, a matter of life and death”

Jonathan Brearley has said further price increases will come later this year

‘Renewables can replace gas within five years’

RenewableUK has published a plan to grow renewable power by 25% by 2030

Third of Brits keen to install heat pumps to ditch Russian gas

Nearly 49% of the UK’s ‘heat pump ready’ homes are interested in getting one, according to new research

Energy prices expected to drop – only slightly – in 2023

A credit rating agency expects power prices to soar to more than €200/MWh in some European markets

“Do we allow Putin to play puppet master over gas markets or do we want to be independent?”

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said there is an urgent need for Britain to become energy independent

“Now is the time to reduce our exposure to Putin’s malign influence on gas markets”

The Business and Energy Secretary has met energy industry leaders to review UK-Russia energy links