Germany to kickstart expansion of renewable energy amid sharply cutting imports from Russia
Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that the war was another reason for Europe’s biggest economy to double down on its efforts to expand the use of renewable energy.
Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa dials Putin; explores options for purchasing oil, bolstering bilateral ties
A spike in global oil prices has forced a number of developing countries to buy Russian crude, which is being offered at steep discounts.
European Union chief warns danger of complete cut-off of Russian gas
The war in Ukraine has prompted the 27-nation bloc to rethink its energy policies and sever ties with Russian fossil fuels.
German regulators urge citizens to prepare for possible gas shortage as Russia reduces flow
Russia reduced gas flows to Germany, Italy, Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia earlier this month.
China tops Russian energy imports, Germany slips to second place
The shift reflects the growing importance of China and other non-European economies for Russian energy exports, which provide about 40% of the country’s federal budget.
Russia cuts off gas exports to Finland in symbolic move
After decades of energy cooperation that was seen beneficial for both Helsinki and Moscow, Finland’s energy ties with Russia are now all but gone.
EU rushes out USD 300 billion roadmap to ditch Russian energy
The bloc’s dash to ditch Russian energy stems from a combination of voluntary and mandatory actions.
Europe's farmers stir up biogas to offset Russian energy
The European Biogas Association says the European Union could quickly scale up the production of bio-methane, which is pumped into natural gas networks.
New gas pipeline boosts Europe’s bid to ease Russian supply
A new pipeline — built during the COVID-19 pandemic, tested and due to start commercial operation in June — would ensure that large volumes of gas flow between the Greek-Bulgaria border.
Canada will boost oil exports to replace Russian energy
Canada announced Thursday it will boost oil exports by about five percent to help address supply shortages faced by allies shunning Russian energy after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Boris Johnson in UAE, Saudi Arabia to press for more oil
His visit, though, is also about pressing these two major OPEC producers to pump more oil, which would have an immediate impact on Brent Crude prices that nearly touched $140 a barrel in trading.
Brent crude prices may hit $150 if Russian Energy exports come to a halt: Report
Brent crude prices in the international market can hit $150 if Russian Energy exports come to a halt, a recent JP Morgan report said.
AAI gives target to airports to achieve 100% use of Green Energy by 2024
Loss of seniority of candidates recommended earlier 'matter of grave concern': SC Collegium
Former Karnataka CM S M Krishna, industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla get Padma awards
IND VS AUS: Australia post 269 despite fine bowling efforts from Hardik, Kuldeep
Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
HC declares void divorce given to Indian couple by US court, orders husband to pay wife Rs 25L