Small supplier failures ‘result of too much enthusiasm and not enough expertise’

That’s the verdict from Mark Anderson, Sales and Marketing Director at Haven Power, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose at this year’s Energy Live Consultancy Conference

Utilitywise collapse raises consumer confidence questions

That’s the verdict from Pete Fear, Senior Account Manager at EDF Energy, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose at this year’s Energy Live Consultancy Conference

Oil & gas
UK offshore oil and gas production up by a fifth over past five years

Oil and Gas UK notes this has been acheived following 14 years of decline

Coal power
US coal production ‘to fall 7% in 2019’

The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects to see the lowest production since 1978

Electricity pylon
Government extends window for Capacity Market ‘top-up auction’

The timeframe for the proposed auction will now be open until the end of August “as a contingency measure”

Energy infrastructure
Centrica earnings up 15% in 2018

Despite this, the energy giant said results in Spirit Energy and its nuclear business were “disappointing”

Wind turbine
ScottishPower’s renewables business soars by a third

The energy giant’s clean power arm recorded earnings of £457.8 million in 2018

Kia Soul
New Kia Soul offers 243-mile range on single charge

The brand has more than doubled the rated driving range for the model in the space of one year

Oil & gas
Europe, Middle East and Africa lead Q4 oil and gas contracts

These regions saw 487 oil and gas contracts awarded in the fourth quarter of 2018

Lightbulb in dark room
Are energy suppliers leaving consumers in the dark?

A new survey of UK billpayers, conducted by customer service business Quadient, suggests the majority of customers seem to think so