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Hungary Powers Through with Paks Nuclear Plant Expansion Defying EU Stance on Russian Energy Links

Despite mounting pressure and calls to cut all energy ties with Russia in Brussels and some European capitals, the construction works on the Paks-2...

TotalEnergies (TTE) to Build 216MW Solar Unit in South Africa

TotalEnergies SE TTE announced that along with partners Hydra Storage Holding and Reatile Renewables, it has launched the construction of a major hybrid renewables...

ExxonMobil And A Possible War In South America

On December 3, 2023, a large number of registered voters in Venezuela voted in a referendum over the Essequibo region that is disputed with...

Brazil gears up to become fourth largest oil producer

Brazil's National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) reports that the country's oil production is steadily increasing, projecting the country to become...

Russia takes control of Iraq’s biggest oil discovery for 20 years

Preliminary estimates suggested that Iraq’s Eridu oil field holds between 7-10 billion barrels of reserves. Senior Russian oil industry sources spoken to exclusively by...

FT: EU ports help sell on over 20% of LNG imports from Russia

More than a fifth of Russia’s liquefied natural gas reaching Europe is reshipped to other parts of the world, a practice that boosts Moscow’s...

Gas deals beyond 2050 show reality gap on Europe Climate Goals

Two days after the European Union declared it will push for a global phase-out of most fossil fuels well before 2050, Shell Plc signed...

Fossil fuel producers ‘literally doubling down’, UNEP report

Contrary to pledges to cut fossil fuel production, government policies worldwide will add up to a doubling of production in 2030, a new report...

Flagship IEA energy efficiency conference set for Nairobi in May 2024

The International Energy Agency (IEA) Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol and Kenya’s Minister of Energy and Petroleum Davis Chirchir today confirmed plans to host the...

Vineyards of the future will produce more than wine

Europe is seeking to use emissions and residues from winemaking for new products ranging from animal feed to antibiotic alternatives. By Alex Whiting In Palmela, a...

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