UK’s crude oil imports from Russia dropped to £0 in May

In April, the UK imported Russian petroleum worth around £59 million, according to official data

Ukraine “disappointed” with Canada’s decision to return Nord Stream turbines

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has said the decision will allow Russia to use energy as a “tool of warfare” against Europe

Is the UK mulling plan to cut pipelines to EU in a gas supply emergency scenario?

National Grid may reportedly cut off pipelines to the Netherlands and Belgium if the UK is hit by extreme shortages

Gazprom ‘could change contracts’ if countries impose price caps on Russian gas

The move could follow reported plans of putting a fixed price on Russian gas imports

Russia ‘earned €93bn from fossil fuel exports in the first 100 days of war’

China, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands were the largest importers of Russian energy, according to a report

“Eco activists could undermine the UK’s energy security”

Protests, legal action and publicity stunts may deter offshore investment in the UK waters, the chief of Offshore Energies UK has warned

Europe announces ban on Russian oil imports

The EU Commissioner for Energy has said paying in roubles is a “violation” of the sanctions

ENGIE faces protest and calls to end gas contracts with Gazprom

Protesters claim that the company is Gazprom’s main partner in the French market

Boris Johnson says – build a nuclear power plant every year

The announcement was made during the Prime Minister’s visit to Hartlepool nuclear power station

Tony Blair: “We should have done energy transition from 2014”

The former Prime Minister has said countries are still paying large sums of money for Russian oil and gas