Friendly Energy to develop Byler fields
By Staff blogger - 18 January 11:33

Friendly Energy, a US-based oil and gas exploration, development and production company, will start

King Street to develop ten underground caverns in Cheshire
By Staff blogger - 18 January 11:32

King Street Energy, a Glasgow-based gas storage developer, has won government approval to develop te

Engyco to raise €1bn to buy solar parks in EU
By Staff blogger - 18 January 11:05

Newly set up solar-power producer Engyco is mulling a stock market listing as it looks to raise up t

GreenWell Power to re-develop oil, gas wells
By Staff blogger - 15 January 11:00

GreenWell Power (GWP) has agreed to jointly develop an electricity generating project with Houston-b

IGas to take up full scale gas production in 2011
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:59

UK-based coal bed methane developer IGas Energy (IGas) has announced that it will commence full scal

Petrofac acquires Scotvalve to service oilfield equipment
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:58

Petrofac, the London-based oil & gas facilities service provider, has acquired Scotvalve Services, U

Gazoo Energy begins wind turbine facility in US
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:56

California-based alternate energy acquisition company Gazoo Energy has revealed that Global Developm

First Solar acquires private land for solar projects
By Staff blogger - 15 January 10:55

US energy company First Solar has acquired a portion of US-based Edison Mission Group's (EMG's) sola

Why it’s wrong to preach “climate justice”
By Mark Lynas - 14 January 13:23

Two wrongs don't make a right -- carbon is not a prerequisite to development

Poland views Nord Stream as a waste of money
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:46

The Nord Stream pipeline is a waste of European consumers' money, said the Polish Foreign Minster Ra

Putin inaugurates the first section of the East Siberia-Pacific Ocean pipeline
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:44

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin officially inaugurated the first section of the new East Siber

Climate change may make icy UK winters rare
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:41

Severe winter freezes in the UK may become rare, because of the warming effect of climate change, wa

UK's energy regulator foresees threat to gas supplies
By Staff blogger - 13 January 11:38

UK's energy regulator Ofgem foresees a looming threat to the country's gas supplies. It has warned t

Germany to stick to its goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions
By Staff blogger - 12 January 13:17

Germany will stick to its goal to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent by 2020

UK heads for major wind energy expansion
By Staff blogger - 12 January 13:15

The UK has awarded 32 GW of offshore wind contracts to nine consortiums

UK gas waning as North Sea freezes and Royal Dutch shuts Norwegian unit
By Staff blogger - 12 January 13:14

Britain's National Grid issued its fourth warning this month that gas demand might exceed supply

British Petroleum is Europe's largest oil company
By Staff blogger - 12 January 13:14

British Petroleum (BP) ousted Royal Dutch Shell as Europe's largest oil company by market value sinc

Europe to build renewable energy 'supergrid'
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:43

Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark, Sweden and Ireland and the UK will s

Gordon Brown to launch £100bn wind energy programme
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:42

Gordon Brown will launch a £100bn programme to build 3,500 turbines across the UK in the next 12 yea

Russian oil output rose by 1.2 per cent in 2009
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:41

Russia's crude oil output increased by 1.2 per cent in 2009, reports Bloomberg

UK to award offshore wind farm contracts
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:40

Prime Minister Gordon Brown will award European companies contracts for the construction of offshore

Switch on the wallpaper
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:27

In another two years, you may be able to light up your home with light-emitting wallpaper that will

Germany’s solar energy policies judged best
By Staff blogger - 11 January 12:26

Germany has achieved the top grade in an evaluation of solar energy, the only one to do so in a surv

American Superconductor to develop wind turbines with Chinese company
By Staff blogger - 11 January 11:42

American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC) has signed a contract with Dongfang Turbine of China to j

Solar Panels Plus ties up with Solectria for solar products
By Staff blogger - 11 January 11:41

Solar Panels Plus (SPP) has partnered with Solectria Renewables to provide its solar products for re

British Gas to match-fund boiler scrappage allowance
By Staff blogger - 11 January 11:41

British Gas is going to match-fund the Government's £400 boiler scrappage allowance

Tellabs Finland switches to hydropower
By Staff blogger - 11 January 11:39

From early 2010, the offices of telecommunications manufacturer Tellabs will start using electricity

Optomec gets air force contract for fuel cell manufacturing system
By Staff blogger - 11 January 11:37

Optomec has received a new contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to deliver high th

Swedish program can be effective in treating obesity, says British Medical Journal
By Staff blogger - 11 January 10:43

An innovative device can help obese people regulate their diet

We need to go cold turkey to kick our addiction to oil
By Mark Lynas - 12 November 5:43

High oil prices could act as a global insurance policy against the collapse of climate talks

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