Russia could help the UK ‘alleviate the difficulties’ from energy crisis

Russia’s Ambassador to the UK confirmed that Russia will come to rescue the UK “if it will be an opportunity”

Russia circles 2060 as date for net zero

Vladimir Putin said that Russia will strive for carbon-neutrality of its economy

Government urged to replace reliance on Russian gas with homegrown nuclear

The association estimates that two nuclear power stations and an SNR fleet could replace over ten billion cubic metres of gas imports

Equinor and Rosneft team up for low carbon solutions

They will share experience and explore opportunities within areas including reduction of flaring and methane emissions, energy efficiency and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions

‘Petrostates will still dominate the energy world after fossil fuels’

A new report suggests that existing international trade relationships could remain in the global trade of hydrogen, halting its progress

Which are the top 5 oil-producing countries in the world?

This week, the ELN top 5 series looks at the five largest oil producers in the world

OPEC to boost oil production to stabilise market

An agreement has been made to increase production to 400,000 barrels a day each month from August until December to control the market

Chernobyl: 35 years after the ‘worst nuclear disaster’ in history

Three and a half decades after the Chernobyl meltdown officials seek to make it an UNESCO World Heritage site

IKEA owner bags 49% stake in eight Russian solar farms

The total capacity of 160MW is forecast to provide enough electricity to power 17 IKEA stores in Russia

MEPs call for suspension of commercial launch of nuclear plant in Belarus

They have voiced ‘serious concerns’ over the safety of the Ostrovets nuclear plant, with Parliament criticising the ‘hasty commissioning’ of the facility