Shares are up sharply so far this year, but the industry has been here before, and investors have proven fickle.
An EU Russian LNG ban could happen by the end of the decade once supply security is guaranteed, industry players say.
In this opinion piece, Scott Ritter examines Pyongyang’s recent missile program progress and its implications for Western ...
Opec-plus members may finally be ready to start discussing how to unwind their historic production cuts as the second half of ...
US President Joe Biden's recent LNG pause raises grave concerns for Europe's energy security, argues Juergen Grossmann in ...
Israel and Iran have fought each other in the shadows for decades, using assassinations, maritime attacks, cyber attacks and ...
Moscow expressed "extreme concern at yet another dangerous escalation" in the Middle East following Iran's retaliatory ...
Adaptation is vital to keep pace with a swiftly changing UK electricity market, argues Conrad Energy's Steve Moody in this ...
Europe-listed oil and gas companies seeking to match the valuations of their US competitors will need to match their ...
Elections around the world this year could steer the pace and depth of the energy transition — and not just in the US.
The economics of producing renewable diesel versus sustainable aviation fuel are shifting in California just as the Rodeo ...
Egypt looks set to re-enter the LNG importers club with implications for Europe as it seeks an import solution while relying ...