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Renewable Energy and Regional Integration Drive Latin American Vision for Growth

With its abundance of natural resources and emergence from many recent pandemic constraints, some Latin American nations are bullish about the region’s potential to...

Finnish and French cities chart Europe’s path to clean energy

By GARETH WILLMER In 2029, Finland’s oldest city, Turku, will celebrate reaching the grand old age of 800. At the same time, it hopes to reach...

The end of the US ‘Shale Revolution’

The "golden age of shale mining" is coming to an end in the US, which could lead to unpredictable consequences, according to the British...

Energy Crisis Offers Opportunity to Embrace New Solutions

The current energy crisis is driving inflation, slowing economic growth and creating social turmoil. We cannot afford to compound this crisis by allowing our...

Iran’s LPG exports increase 86%

The value of Iran’s liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export rose 86 percent from the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2022)...

Russian Finance Minister: We will look for new markets for Russian oil away from the West

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov in an exclusive interview with Saudi TV-channel ‘Al Sharq’ said the United States is the main beneficiary of Western...

How the European Union can avoid natural gas shortages in 2023

The European Union faces a potential shortfall of almost 30 billion cubic metres of natural gas in 2023 – but this gap can be...

World Bank Approves $311M to Increase Grid-Connected Renewable Energy Capacity in West Africa

Existing and prospective electricity customers in Chad, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Togo will benefit from the new Regional Emergency Solar Power Intervention Project (RESPITE)...

EU Energy Platform: joint gas purchasing after legal proposal is agreed by Energy Ministers

The European Commission convened today a high-level industrial roundtable to support the work of the EU Energy Platform in further advancing on joint gas...

Realising a century-old dream to make electricity from air

By Michael Allen As the European Union strives for climate neutrality by mid-century, a mother-and-son-team is helping to tackle a potential hurdle: the limited number of...

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