EU adopts 11th package of sanctions against Russia, including energy measures

These measures involve the end of oil imports by pipeline for Germany and Poland

UK celebrates one year gas-free from Russia!

The UK marks a full year without relying on Russian gas imports

IEA: Global gas supply to remain tight in 2023

Global LNG supply may increase by only 4% in 2023, which won’t be enough to make up for the predicted decline in Russian pipeline gas deliveries to Europe, according to the IEA

‘Europe may need to cut gas demand by 55bcm to mitigate supply risks’

Europe has utilised almost all of its short-term energy efficiency possibilities, leaving it susceptible to a “considerable” risk of further reduction in Russian piped gas, according to a report

“Russian spy ship spotted near Scottish wind farm”

It was claimed the ship was part of a fleet of espionage boats examining energy sites for possible sabotage

Gas cuts to continue as winter looms: Commission urges early prep

The EU has proposed extending emergency legislation to reduce gas demand by 15% for another 12 months

Europe must avoid entering into new Russian LNG deals, says EU energy chief

The move could strengthen the European bloc’s efforts to cut reliance on Russian energy

Cutting oil and gas production is not healthy, says new Shell boss

Wael Sawan has said the war in Ukraine has shown the “fragility of the energy system”

EU gas consumption down by 19%

The largest decrease in natural gas consumption was seen in Finland, Lithuania and Sweden, new report suggests

Uniper lost €19.1bn due to undelivered Russian gas

Germany’s largest gas importer suffered a loss before interest and taxes of around €10.9 billion last year as it was put in an “extremely difficult” situation