A UK offshore wind farm. Solar

Russia-Ukraine spat may boost EU renewables drive

The gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine may help accelerate Europe’s renewable energy ambitions despite a recent decline in investment.

By Andreas Walstad 12 April 2018
Nuclear

Korean nuclear to expand despite safety worries

In the wake of safety scandals, public opinion of nuclear power is at an all-time low in South Korea, yet three reactors are expected to start up in 2015, increasing capacity to record levels.

30 January 2015
Nuclear

What to expect in 2015

Low oil prices, floating liquefaction and new supply routes – Interfax looks at what the global gas market should expect in 2015.

19 January 2015
LPG

LPG hike boosts PTT amid oil price gloom

An accelerated gas price reform programme has brightened the outlook for Thailand’s PTT in 2015.

15 January 2015
Nuclear

2014 in pictures

A look at the most interesting stories that shaped 2014.

15 December 2014
Coal

China’s clean coal hopes may affect gas outlook

China’s coal industry is looking to turn greener with the help of new technologies, presenting a possible obstacle to greater use of gas.

23 October 2014
Nuclear

India looks to Oz for uranium, rather than LNG

India and Australia are both keen to sign a uranium supply deal this week, as India looks to fill its thermal power shortage with more nuclear capacity.

4 September 2014
Coal

Political risk dims outlook for coal

Pledges by the EU, the United States and China to commit to stricter emission reduction targets could have a dampening effect on future coal demand. However, the extent to which shale gas will replace coal in coal-consuming countries such as China remains to be seen.

20 August 2014
Solar

Japan’s solar wave could herald new energy age

A surge of solar applications in Japan could mark the beginning of the end for the dominance of LNG in the country’s energy mix

11 July 2014
Solar

Renewable capacity additions dominate in 2013

Renewable energy is closing in on established power sources, with more than half of new global capacity last year coming from solar, wind and other renewable sources.

8 July 2014

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