Mozambique’s $350 million capital gains tax on Eni’s $2.8 billion sale to ExxonMobil has raised eyebrows.
Official backing for marketing CBM is welcome news for India’s unconventional developers, but they still face an uphill struggle.
Industrial users in Fujian province have renewed longstanding complaints of high gas prices after the cost of Indonesian LNG soared.
The European Commission is trying to step up its efforts to prevent cyberattacks in the energy sector, which it says are a growing concern.
A total of 64 GW of wind power was installed worldwide in 2015, around 20% more than the year before.
Pipeline transactions on the Shanghai Petroleum and Gas Exchange more than doubled last week from the previous week, from 127 MMcm to 287 MMcm.
After a slight drop in Week 11, pipeline deliveries from North Africa to Europe ticked up by 1.1% in Week 12, to 912.6 million cubic metres.
Asian spot LNG prices slumped by 10.3% last week from a week earlier, the biggest week-on-week decline since January 2016.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new technology to produce pure hydrogen fuel from biomass using sunlight instead of heat. Interfax Natural Gas Daily finds out more.
Former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov believes a third Russian-American energy summit is key to furthering bilateral energy ties.
The economic committee of the House of Lords criticised the UK government for excessive intervention in the energy market, and has asked for free auctions.
Eustream board member Mirek Topolánek discusses the opportunities and challenges of the proposed Eastring pipeline.
Wildcat gives you a head-start on the week and a round-up of what mattered last week.
Drilling in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta can be hit-and-miss, but local independent Tecpetrol is spreading its bets with a 150-well programme.
As urban populations expand and technology steps in to make cities sustainable, the way we produce, distribute and consume energy will change radically.