The UK has particularly focused on renewable energy recently, after having its first coal-free day in April this year and its ‘greenest’ summer to date.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has admitted for the first time that it met with Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil company in early 2017.
The initial public offering of Saudi Aramco, what could well be the world’s largest market debut, is on for the second half of 2018.
Global oil and gas production is expected to increase by 2.6 percent to 2021, according to GlobalData estimates.
Statoil, Lundin, Eni and OMV have been increasing their efforts in the Barents Sea, with the Norwegian government recently stating the region holds the largest undiscovered resource potential in the Norwegian Shelf and indicating it will play a vital role in the country’s future activities.
For the first time in history, it is cheaper to generate energy from offshore wind farms in the UK than from new nuclear reactors.
China is following in the steps of the UK and France by announcing it will end production of fossil fuel cars and vehicles in the future.
Texas is bracing itself for Hurricane Harvey, which could be the worst storm to hit the US mainland for almost 12 years.
The total solar eclipse will sweep from Oregon to South Carolina later today in what is expected to be the biggest test yet of renewable energy.
It looks like London is going to be the location for Saudi Aramco’s initial public offering (IPO).
Battery technology is set to take centre stage in Britain’s energy future, with business secretary Greg Clark announcing a £246m investment and policy reforms to ensure a more flexible and secure UK energy system earlier this week.
As the largest carbon emission contributors, urban areas should be capable of tackling climate change without government support.
Earlier this year, South Australia was hit by power problems and blackouts thanks to the extreme heat in the state.
Swedish car company Volvo has become the first major car brand to announce it will exclusively make electric models from 2019.
As Exxon Mobil’s Liza project moves into the development phase the challenge for the Guyana government is to strengthen the regulatory framework.
The UK is not on track to reach its target of reducing carbon emissions by more than half within 13 years, according to energy industry professionals.
While North Korea has not suggested it intends to attack its immediate neighbours or their energy infrastructure it does have the capabilities to do so.
As urbanisation increases so does the demand for sand in construction, making it the most mined resource on earth.
The revival of the US coal mining sector is a strong focus of the Trump administration, but critics are questioning whether that is possible in current market conditions.
Angola, as part of the arrangement with the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) members, agreed to reduce oil production by 78,000 barrels per day, to a maximum of 1,673,000 for six months from the start of 2017.
The Kurdistan region was once considered to be the last great frontier in the petroleum industry, however, a series of setbacks have reduced its appeal.
Car pollution, coal power, plastic pollution, rising sea levels and food scarcity are all big issues.
The UK and Norwegian North Sea has recently shown an increase in mergers and acquisitions activity despite the latest oil price down-cycle and its perception of a high-cost mature basin.
US president Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the agreement that almost every country in the world adopted in December 2015.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) ministers will gather in Vienna, the Austrian capital today to discuss the world’s oil supply and prices.
Apple’s market cap reached $800bn for the first time on Monday, prompting suggestions that the tech giant could soon become the world’s first trillion dollar company.
Global oil and gas production spend is expected to decrease by 0.3 percent between 2017–2021 from $443bn in 2017 to $315bn in 2021.
The effect Brexit could have on the UK’s energy industry has been at the forefront of concerns recently.
Saudi Arabia is set to list five percent of its state-owned oil giant, Saudi Aramco, in an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in late 2018.