Ukraine

The EU’s energy crisis “is over” – but could it happen again?

With gas storage levels at over 70% full across Europe, the region’s energy supply is once again “safe and stable”,…

Signal: UK loan to support Ukraine’s nuclear energy

The UK has announced a £192m ($242m) loan guarantee to support Ukraine’s nuclear energy industry, following the visit of the…

Russia-Ukraine war risks hampering transition to global low-carbon economy

Russia’s invasion and continued occupation of Ukraine could disrupt efforts to transition the world to a low-carbon economy due to…

Europe’s energy crisis is not over

Last week, the European Commission took a well-deserved victory lap around Brussels on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of…

Poland almost doubles its spending on fossil fuel imports

Poland spent a record 193bn zlotys (€42.9bn) on fossil fuel imports in 2022, nearly double the 100bn zlotys it spent…

Weekly data: European gas price lowest since the start of the energy crisis

The European gas price is the lowest it has been since the beginning of the energy crisis. On 8 May,…

Report: 47% of business leaders attribute increased fossil fuel consumption to the war in Ukraine

Almost half of business leaders across Europe and the US believe that achieving net-zero emissions targets will be delayed by…

Why LNG’s current boom will only accelerate its ultimate demise

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine triggered extreme tightness in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, as Europe scrambled to secure…

Russia’s war in Ukraine inspires Turkish gas dreams

Could a country that imports 98% of its gas become a gas hub? Turkey thinks so. From Norway to Azerbaijan,…

Weekly data: plummeting Russian oil receipts herald the fall of a petrostate

It is a future destined for all countries whose economies remain over-reliant on fossil fuels during the energy transition: plummeting…