Companies’ ‘profiteering’ and Russia are to blame for high bills, Brits say

Just 13% of the public believe that green levies should be removed to provide support to struggling households, a new survey finds

What’s sent energy prices soaring to unprecedented levels recently?

European energy prices have soared to unprecedented levels over the past few months, with gas and power supply concerns continually adding risk premium to the market. 

Is Europe moving towards joint gas buying to fight against soaring energy prices?

The proposals reportedly aim to create gas reserves that EU state members could rely on in periods of crisis

Government slammed for ‘lack of energy strategy’ and ‘crushing cost’ of living crisis

GMB Union said that the UK was held hostage by the global fuel crisis

‘No storage in the world is going to mitigate the effect of the quadrupling of the gas price”

Speaking in the House of Commons, the Business Secretary said for the second time that more suppliers will exit the market in the coming weeks

EU Commission greenlights French support for natural gas storage

France introduced a regulatory mechanism for natural gas storage in December 2017, with the aim of keeping existing storage capacities deemed necessary in operation to ensure the security of gas supply

Is LNG the saviour of European gas when the cooling season heats up demand?

Our latest European Market podcast on electricity and gas commodity prices sees gas demand and supply major in that commodity and carbon remains an issue for power.

RWE launches research into the salty storage of green electricity

The project could see underground caverns store several GWh of electricity from renewable sources

Uniper partners with GE to decarbonise gas plants in Europe

They have signed an agreement to explore, assess and develop technology options and produce a detailed decarbonisation roadmap by early 2021

UK energy firm InfraStrata rescues historic Titanic shipyard

The Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast went into administration in August, putting 120 jobs at risk