Gas

Europe: “Any fears of a coal rebound are now dead”

While the share of coal-fired power generation increased in EU countries last year, it did so by much less than…

Weekly data: Norway is now Germany’s top gas supplier

In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Norway has become Germany's top gas supplier. From 24 February 2022, it…

Which US states are winning the race to phase out coal?

Data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) highlights the enormous progress made in decarbonising the US power sector over…

One-third of EU nations have not introduced any measures to reduce energy demand

Efforts by European governments to reduce EU energy demand have been insufficient and inconsistent, finds new analysis by the European…

The ‘Iberian exception’: A success story?

Thursday 15 December marked six months since the introduction of a mechanism to cap wholesale gas prices in Spain and…

EU’s end-of-year energy breakthroughs will have big climate implications

After months of tense negotiations, the EU has agreed a mechanism to cap the wholesale price of natural gas. The…

EU methane law gets renewed attention as energy security saviour

One year ago, the European Commission proposed the first-ever EU law to cut methane emissions, delivering on an EU methane…

Gas in Australia: The elephant in the room

Since swooping to power in late May, the Anthony Albanese-led Labor government in Australia has moved quickly to implement key…

The ten countries that produce the world’s dirtiest electricity

Electrification is at the heart of decarbonisation, but it only makes sense if those grids are powered by clean energy.…

Emergency EU energy measures held hostage by gas price cap dispute

When Spain's energy minister entered the EU Energy Council in Brussels on 24 November, she left little doubt on how…