Equinor announces early start-up of giant oilfield

The Norwegian energy giant has also launched a share buyback of up to $5 billion

Oil and gas production efficiency on UKCS continues to rise

The efficiency of resource extraction in the offshore territory increased for the sixth consecutive year to 75% in 2018

Steel production
ArcelorMittal investigates hydrogen gas for clean steel production

The company is launching a new project in Hamburg it expects to cost around €65 million

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

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

Coal plant
UK coal generation at end of 2018 down 40% on previous year

That’s according to a new set of statistics published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

US flag and oil derrick
US oil output ‘to soar above 13m barrels per day in 2020’

That’s the prediction made in the latest monthly forecast published by the Energy Information Administration

BP starts producing gas from major field in Egypt

The second stage of its West Nile Delta development is producing around 400m cubic feet of gas per day

Coal mining
Are US coal mines being shafted?

The number of active coal mines operating across the country more than halved between 2008 and 2017

Price of EVs ‘could be same as petrol and diesel by 2024’

A record two million EVs were sold globally last year

Could your organic groceries be damaging the environment?

A new study suggests farming organic food leads to greater deforestation and as a result, greater greenhouse gas emissions