Alfa Energy – Latest Resonance podcast episode

Energy markets cope well with extreme heat in Southern Europe, but the risk to prices ahead remains

Podcast: Europe’s gas storage to near full capacity this summer, boosted by US LNG imports

In this week’s Resonance energy market podcast episode, Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa Energy’s Dan Veasey to discuss the market implications of Europe reaching full storage capacity by the end of summer, as well as the potential impact of unexpectedly mild weather

British Gas offers money back if heat pumps aren’t up to scratch

The company has said that if heat pumps don’t heat homes as well as gas boilers, customers will be refunded

Wind powers the UK more than gas for the first time

Wind provided 32.4% of the nation’s power, with gas delivering 31.7%, analysis claims

UK seeks views on biomethane plants for review of Green Gas Support Scheme

The government has launched a call for evidence for the annual review of Green Gas Support Scheme tariffs, seeking input from the biomethane industry

First shipment of ‘low carbon ammonia’ reaches Japan

Aramco has sold the cargo to Fuji Oil Company for it to be used for power generation, as Japan looks to change its combustion process

Cleaning up sneezes with green hydrogen?

Gas is being replaced with hydrogen for the manufacturing of some tissues, toilet paper and nappies

Heat pump tech company bags €15m to expand to UK

It has developed a digital platform to connect heat pump producers with local networks

‘UK’s reliance on gas is only set to grow’

Oil and gas production meets more than three quarters of Britain’s energy needs currently

US approves Alaskan oil and gas project

The $8bn Willow Project is expected to produce up to 278 million metric tonnes of carbon emissions