Sweden reigns European power exports

The country overtook France as top exporter in the first half of the year, according to a new report

Will the cut in Norwegian interconnector flows bring more energy misery to UK?

The lack of rain could make the Nordic country cut the amount of energy it sends to Britain

Government confirms funding for ‘Britain’s first’ gigafactory

The new gigaplant in Cambois, Northumberland is to receive £100m

Will the outage at Norwegian gas hub impact exports to the UK?

Gas leaks led to the closure of Equinor’s Sleipner Riser gas transportation hub

Norwegian Government steps in to end oil and gas strike

It had been predicted that in a worst-case scenario Britain would not have received any Norwegian gas from Saturday

Norway’s Equinor shuts down three oilfields due to strike

The shutdown of the Gudrun, Oseberg South and Oseberg East fields comes after the Norwegian Organisation of Manager and Executives (Lederne) trade union went on strike from midnight

Fire at Norway’s Mongstad oil refinery extinguished

The incident, which was reported at 5.46am yesterday, occurred in a section of the refinery that produces gasoline, leading to parts of the plant involved in production of some refined products affected

UK invests £162m in Africa’s energy industry

British International Investment has partnered with Norway’s Norfund in a joint venture with Scatec to support the initiative, which will meet the power needs of more than three million people

EU and Norway step up co-operation to ensure additional gas supplies

Norway is the biggest producer of oil and gas in Europe, delivering around one-fourth of EU countries’ gas consumption and significantly contributing to European energy security

Centrica strikes deal to secure winter energy supplies

The agreement will see Equinor supply sufficient gas to Centrica to heat an additional 4.5 million homes