‘Shell continues Russian gas trade despite withdrawal pledge’

Campaign group Global Witness reveals that Shell traded nearly 12% of Russia’s shipborne gas exports last year

EU adopts 11th package of sanctions against Russia, including energy measures

These measures involve the end of oil imports by pipeline for Germany and Poland

Call for government support in phasing out gas cookers

Campaigners have urged the government to provide support and incentives for households to transition away from gas cookers

Dutch wholesale gas price plummets to two-year low

Analysts say mild temperatures and ample supply have pushed Dutch wholesale gas price to a two-year low

UK and Norway forge partnership to counter undersea threats

The UK and Norway will work together to protect critical energy infrastructure

‘Europe may need to cut gas demand by 55bcm to mitigate supply risks’

Europe has utilised almost all of its short-term energy efficiency possibilities, leaving it susceptible to a “considerable” risk of further reduction in Russian piped gas, according to a report

North Sea gas production upgrade – a Shell of a success

Shell has completed an upgrade of the Pierce field in the UK Central North Sea, enabling the production of gas after years of oil production

UK gas supplies secure for summer

GB gas demand is expected to be primarily met by supplies from UKCS and Norway this summer, with the balance secured from LNG, according to National Gas Trasmission

Putin sparks gas price fears for winter

Russia’s Gazprom has issued a warning about winter gas supplies

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