Latest news

Daily (07.09.2018): Carbon Contracts gained more than 5% on Thursday, due to limited allowance supply

Oil crude prices extended losses on Thursday, on worries about China’s demand amid growing trade disputes. Moreover, gasoline and distillate stocks at Cushing, Oklahoma delivery hub were at their highest level in four years, pressuring prices. Brent crude decreased by 1% to close at $76.50 a barrel, while WTI crude slumped by 1.4% to $67.77 a barrel.

read more... 07/09/2018

news

Gazprom begins start-up operations at 3rd gas production facility of Bovanenkovskoye field

Gazprom continues to implement the extensive Eastern Gas Program and to build facilities associated with supplying gas to domestic consumers and to China.

read more... 07/09/2018

news

OMV closes divestment of Samsun power plant

Austria's OMV said that it closed the sale of MV Samsun Elektrik Uretim Sanayi ve Ticaret AS, (OMV Samsun Electric Production, Industry and Trade) - a natural gas combined cycle plant located in the Samsun province in Turkey's Black Sea region to Turkish Bilgin Enerji.

read more... 07/09/2018

news

Scotland to step up its investments in clean energy

Scotland has announced it is stepping up its investments in clean energy to become a high-innovation, low carbon economy.

read more... 07/09/2018

news

Daily (06.09.2018): Brent crude lost more than 1% on Wednesday, amid trade tensions between China and U.S.

Oil crude prices slipped on Wednesday, on fears over the demand, as trade disputes between U.S. and China intensified, and potential new sanctions on $200 billion of Chinese imports might be imposed. Brent crude closed 1.2% down at $77.27 a barrel, while WTI crude slumped by 1.7% to $68.72 a barrel.

read more... 06/09/2018

news