What caused the fatal gas blast at home in Birmingham?

A woman has died and a man has life-threatening injuries following the incident

Green hydrogen pipeline to link Bulgaria and Greece

This is being built to cut Russian dependence and boost renewable energy access

Ukraine’s largest gas company secures €300m loan

The funding will help the company secure gas stocks for the winter

Ofgem: ‘Cost of standing charge to be reviewed’

Ofgem chief has said the regulator is looking at whether the cost can be reduced

UK’s largest CO2 supplier to close Cheshire plant

The move is predicted to strike further blow to the power sector and the NHS as the energy crisis escalates

Ukraine War could mean a new gas ‘gold rush’

Researchers claim this will lead to a state of ‘irreversible’ global warming

EU agrees to ban 75% of Russian oil imports

The European Council has said an estimated 90% of the Russian oil imported into Europe will be banned

Surgeons perform ‘carbon-neutral’ cancer operation

It marks a huge milestone for the NHS, as it looks to rollout these procedures across the country

Gas prices at pre-invasion levels, but for how long?

In this week’s Resonance energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Jason Durden about UK gas and power prices, forecast demand for fuels and other global impacts on our local energy market commodity costs, and security of supply.

Europe to jointly buy gas before winter

The EU Energy Commissioner has confirmed the move that is predicted to help countries secure non-Russia supplies