With NordStream 2 ready to deliver gas to Europe, what is the hold up?

In this week’s European energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Dr Petra Puskarova about the extraordinary developments across the continent.

Are government moves to support business energy users enough?

In this week’s UK energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson discusses the government’s planned action to support energy users in the UK with Jason Durden, Head of Energy Markets and Risk Management.

Is there any good news on gas?

In this week’s UK energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson asks Jason Durden, Head of Energy Markets and Risk Management, is there any good news on gas?

Petrol Retailers Association tells ELN: “Don’t panic buy”

Steve Coombe, Membership Manager at the Petrol Retailers Association spoke to ELN about the escalating fuel crisis at Britain’s petrol stations

How could dance slash Glasgow nightclub’s emissions?

Andrew Fleming-Brown, Managing Director of the arts venue SWG3 spoke to ELN about the project that will capture body heat from customers before storing it into boreholes installed across the venue

‘Oil companies must plan major production drop by 2030s to meet 1.5°C’

ELN spoke to Axel Dalman, Carbon Tracker Associate Analyst, about the findings of the latest report of the financial think tank

Record prices across power and gas, but at what cost?

In this week’s UK energy market podcast episode, Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Jason Durden about record energy prices, why increases are unrelenting and which industries are most challenged.

Astonishingly high prices remain, so when will gas flow and carbon run out of energy?

In this week’s European energy market podcast episode, Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Dr Petra Puskarova about the trilemma impacting gas prices which in turn sustains power prices for European energy buyers.

The party continues until the punch bowl is removed…

In this week’s UK energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa’s Jason Durden about gas prices remaining high, supporting power prices and Europe’s reliance on coal and the asset bubble propping up commodity costs.

‘Humans, the chief cause of the climate changes we are seeing today’

Dr Matthew Blackett, Curriculum Lead, Energy and Environment at Coventry University spoke to ELN about what the IPCC report means for our responsibility to be kinder to the environment