Fracking with CCUS compatible with net zero goal, says government

BEIS has set out its position on shale gas exploration as Cuadrilla starts work on its second well at the Preston New Road site in Lancashire

Two-thirds of Brits ‘worried about energy independence’

The results of a new survey from GMB Union show half of people are also worried about power cuts becoming more frequent in the future

Malaysia to send plastic waste back to UK and other foreign countries

One UK recycling company is said to have exported more than 50,000 metric tonnes of plastic waste to Malaysia over the past two years

Global LNG market faces sharp shifts in supply and demand

LNG supply is estimated to increase by 33 million metric tons per year in 2019

High air pollution alert issued in London

Air quality alerts will be displayed at 2,500 bus countdown signs and river pier signs across London

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Germany to import 45 million tonnes of hard coal this year

That’s according to data from lobby group VDKI, which showed this will be a 1.4% rise from 2018

EU to launch safeguard measures on steel imports

They will come into effect tomorrow and can remain in place for a maximum of 200 days

EU member states back safeguard measures on steel after US tariffs

It will come into force after it is formally adopted in July

EU hits back with tariffs on US imports of steel and other products

The European Commission confirmed the 25% duties will come into effect on Friday

EU slaps import tax on Chinese corrosion-resistant steel

The European Commission has imposed definitive anti-dumping duties on corrosion-resistant steel from China. The announcement follows its investigation confirming Chinese producers were “dumping” the product on the EU market. The measures that will be put in place for the next five years range from 17.2% to 27.9% – similar to the tariffs already set on […]