The Labor Party’s hopes of forming a government were dashed over the weekend when voters shied away from policies that proposed putting climate change at the top of the political agenda.2 days ago
Securing EU funding for gas infrastructure is getting harder, and the rise in popularity of the European Green Party will do little to reverse that.
Greater private investment is seen as necessary for Mexico to meet its targets for boosting domestic gas production.
The Spanish regulator has again fined energy companies for market rigging, this time invoking national legislation and levying fairly substantial fines.
The European Commission wants to push through changes to the Energy Charter Treaty, but it will need support from EU member states as well as non-EU countries to get its way.
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