Kyiv accused Russia of blackmailing Europe by cutting off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria as the crisis in Ukraine deepened, with tensions surging in nearby Moldova and Moscow warning the West to back off. NATO member and staunch Kremlin oppon..
President Emmanuel Macron promised on Saturday to make France the "first great nation" to stop using oil, coal and gas as energy sources, in a pitch to young and green voters he fears could abstain in next week's election runoff. In ..
Russian gas producer Gazprom (GAZP.MM) continued to supply natural gas to Europe via Ukraine on Saturday in line with requests from European consumers, it said in a statement. Requests stood at 57.2 million cubic metres for April 16, it ..
Germany's defence minister said on Sunday that the European Union must discuss banning the import of Russian gas after Ukrainian and European officials accused Russian forces of committing atrocities near Kyiv. "There has to be a response..
Lithuania will no longer import Russian gas to meet its domestic needs, becoming the first country in Europe to have secured its independence from Russian supplies, the country's energy ministry said on Saturday. All natural gas for Lithuanian..
Minister of State for Energy Affairs HE Saad bin Sherida Al Kaabi stressed that Qatar will stand "in solidarity with Europe" and will not divert gas contracts to other customers, even if it means losing on possible financial gains. The M..
HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani inaugurated the Barzan Gas Project in a ceremony held at Ras Laffan Industrial City on Tuesday morning. The ceremony was attended by HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khali..
Western countries could face oil prices of over $300 per barrel and the possible closure of the main Russia-Germany gas pipeline if governments follow through on threats to cut energy supplies from Russia, a senior minister said on Monday. Oil pri..
Denmark will significantly increase its defence budget and aim to become independent of Russian natural gas in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said on Sunday. The Nordic country will increase i..