Energy Policy News

13 Oct 2021
The new centre-left Norwegian government will continue to issue drilling licenses for oil exploration...
13 Oct 2021
Russia will supply all the gas European customers need to ease a rally that raised prices to an all-time high last week, but long...
13 Oct 2021
The International Energy Agency published Wednesday its annual flagship publication, the World Energy Outlook, which sets out a blueprint for the world's governments in transitioning to a low carbon economy...
12 Oct 2021
China will liberalise pricing in parts of its coal-fired power grid from October 15 in a bid to tackle rampant prices that have...
11 Oct 2021
The global market for voluntary carbon credits has gone through growing standardisation and rapid expansion this year, according to a paper...
11 Oct 2021
Global demand for petrochemicals is to grow by as much as 4% a year to 2035 and should be a priority area for Russian...
11 Oct 2021
The United Kingdom should push ahead with a sustainable aviation fuel mandate to support the commercialisation...
8 Oct 2021
South Korea has proposed to raise its 2030 emissions reduction target to 40% from 2018 levels, up from the current 26.3%..
8 Oct 2021
An influential research outfit has called on the International Energy Agency to open up its data stores for free in a bid to...
7 Oct 2021
Wishful thinking over a quick switch away from fossil fuels has contributed to recent energy price volatility, Russia’s deputy...
7 Oct 2021
Russia could significantly step up natural gas exports to Europe over the winter period, said the head of the IEA...
6 Oct 2021
World energy demand will rise by almost 50% between 2020 and 2050 and emissions will increase from current levels...
6 Oct 2021
OPEC secretary general Mohammad Barkindo said Wednesday that the energy transition is undermining investments in new supply in the oil and gas sector, and helped explain high prices
4 Oct 2021
The push to decarbonise the world’s energy systems will see a greater role for oil exploration and...
4 Oct 2021
Thailand will cap diesel prices this month to insulate consumers from the effects of a price rally that has pushed refining margins...
4 Oct 2021
The International Energy Agency called on governments to take action to increase clean hydrogen demand now, with hundreds of billions of dollars...
1 Oct 2021
Searches for flights on Kayak.com, one of the world's biggest search engines for air tickets, have reached their highest level since the beginning of the pandemic in most major European countries.
1 Oct 2021
South Korean personal mobility fell in the week ending 26 September due to higher Covid-19 infections, while elsewhere in the world mobility was little changed, data from Google showed Friday.
1 Oct 2021
Russia’s finance ministry is bracing itself for a dramatic earnings loss over the coming decades, forecasting a six-fold drop in ...
30 Sep 2021
US oil demand fell unexpectedly in July for the first time in five months, as rapid Covid infections temporarily halted the recovery in fuel demand, figures from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed Thursday...
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