Energy

Biden Administration Permits Over 25GW of Clean Energy on Public Lands, Surpassing 2025 Renewable Energy Goal

This milestone aligns with President Biden's goal to make the US power grid carbon pollution-free by 2035, a key initiative in combating climate change and securing energy resources.


Russia Destroys Ukraine's Largest Power Plant After Launching Widespread Attacks on Energy Grid

A devastating series of Russia's overnight strikes has left the Trypilska thermal power plant in ruins, dealing a severe blow to Ukraine...

Oklahoma Claims Natural Gas Firms Cut Supplies to Raise Prices During Winter Storm Uri: Lawsuit

Oklahoma sued two Texas natural gas companies for purposefully reducing gas supply during Winter Storm Uri in 2021, raising prices and making huge profits...

Biden Admin Unveils Final Tailpipe Pollution Rules, Slowing EV Transition Until 2030

Biden admin adjusts EV targets to 35%, balancing industry concerns. EPA's new rules ease the transition, aiming for 50% emissions cut by 2032 amidst environmental and economic considerations..


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BayWa teams with Spruce Finance to offer solar loans for US customers
BayWa has partnered with Spruce Finance to provide finance products for its solar distribution clients in the US. With regard to this partnership, dealers across the US will have access to loan produ
Abu Dhabi's TAQA Slashes Capitex As Oil-Decline Limits Revenue
Abu Dhabi's TAQA is cutting its capital expenditures by reducing its workforce around the globe and sells it assets to recover from its losses.
Russia's oil giant Rosneft promises to make investments amid weak oil prices
Rosneft, the Russia-based oil firm, has promised to make investments of roughly EUR 13 billion annually through 2018, which is an increase of 30% for the year 2016.
Elon Musk Learned Hard Lesson in Energy Storage
Tesla launched Powerwall last year as a residential backup power supply. However, as the market is not enthusiastic, the company quietly remove one of its product.
Ineos Plans to Relocate HQ to England this 2016
After moving its headquarter for six years in Swiss, the petrochemical giant sets to return home. Founder and CEO Jim Ratcliffe planned to relocate its headquarter back to England.
Shell reportedly plans to dispose of its North Sea assets
Royal Dutch Shell is reportedly seeking buyers for its North Sea assets following the merger with BG. The oil company intends to raise $30 billion from the sale of its global assets in order to balanc
Developing markets show growth in renewable energy investments
Investments in renewable energy soared high with China and India leading the emerging markets in their commitments in the wind and other related renewable sources. India, China and Brazil outstripped
Toscana names Anand Ramnath as chief financial officer
Toscana Energy said that Anand Ramnath has been named as chief financial officer with effect from March 18, 2016. Ramnath, with more than 19 years of experience in financing and accounting, has been t
Some US energy chiefs make more cash amid oil turmoil
Contrary to a notion that oil rout is impacting everyone in the industry, there are few bosses at energy companies making more money based on their performance. Few top managers are excelling in meet
Ineos Started Shipping US Shale Gas to Europe
Shale gas from U.S. has begun shipment to Europe. The world-largest LNG carrier Ineos Intrepid has bound for Norway carrying 27,500 m3 of liquified ethane gas.
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