Renewable power hits new high

Renewable energy generation hit a Q3 record in Europe, driven by wind and solar power, according to a new report

Suspected deliberate damage to Finland’s gas pipeline

A subsea gas pipeline and a telecommunications cable connecting Finland and Estonia beneath the Baltic Sea have sustained damage, with suspicions of a deliberate act

UK major methane leak spotted from space

The volume of methane discharged could have provided a year’s worth of power for 7,500 households, according to a scientific team

UK-Netherlands gas link faces inspection

The Balgzand-Bacton Pipeline, connecting the UK and the Netherlands for gas supply, is undergoing an essential inspection following maintenance

UK braces for blackouts amid power cable concerns

Experts have warned that attack on undersea power cables could cause widespread economic losses, isolation of communities and potential civil unrest

Denmark invites Nord Stream operator to salvage object near pipeline

The object found near the pipeline has been assessed as not posing an immediate safety risk, but the nature of the object needs clarification, according to the authorities

Europe must avoid entering into new Russian LNG deals, says EU energy chief

The move could strengthen the European bloc’s efforts to cut reliance on Russian energy

Uniper sells its stake in UK-Netherlands gas interconnector for €75m

Spanish energy company Enagas has bought Uniper’s 20% stake in the natural gas interconnector

Vladimir Putin: Russia could resume gas supplies to EU through Nord Stream 2

Putin has said Russia has no responsibility for the skyrocketing global energy prices

Germany launches investigation into Nord Stream blasts

German federal prosecutors said they had opened an investigation against “unknown persons”