An eyebrow-raising 38% of people in the UK are concerned about paying heating bills this winter according to a new ComRes poll. The survey of more than 1000 people commissioned by BBC Radio 5 Live showed a quarter (25%) had put up with “unacceptably cold” homes because of high prices and 63% had cut energy […]
You could reasonably assume that a power station is fairly impregnable. Those hulking dull-silver or concrete buildings fenced around with brick walls or barbed wire, stringent personnel checks on people entering the premises, restricted access to critical areas. That may have been shown up by the recent exception when anti-gas activists broke into EDF’s West […]
The ‘golden age of gas’ will become a reality only if industry and authorities are transparent over the “legitimate public concerns” surrounding the environmental and social impacts of new sources. This was the message from the International Energy Association, which believes industry must be kept in line if the world is to benefit from such […]
Dr Christoph Frei, the World Energy Council’s Secretary General tells ELN why the UN’s scheme to benchmark countries’ energy use is a good idea – and why investors don’t expect ‘casino’-style returns.
If the government is bold in its approach to waste policy it could deliver easy wins on climate change targets and energy security. That’s the view of business group the CBI, which has published a report called ‘Making Ends Meet: Maximising the value of waste’, in which it highlights the benefits of moving to a […]
Global energy firms are falling victim to cyber-attacks to steal data concerning operations and financing for oil and gas field bids. The attacks have been revealed by computer security firm McAfee, which stated that over the last two years, the energy companies have faced repeated intrusions. Private emails were hacked using a system called spear […]