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UK energy sector unites behind calls to grant ofgem ‘net zero mandate'
US Offshore Regulator Seeks to Strengthen Well Control Rules
Proposed changes include altering several adjustments made during the Trump administration
EU to Propose Crisis Measures to Curb Energy Price Spike
The European Union is set to unveil plans on Wednesday to skim off windfall profits from energy companies and impose cuts in electricity usage across the bloc.
European Parliament to Vote on Scrapping Green Hydrogen ‘Additionality’ Requirements
Hydrogen Europe presses MEPs to relax toughest regulations on green hydrogen production so European developers can compete with the US
Mexico Eyes Possible Energy Dispute Fix, Welcomes New U.S. ‘Tone’
Mexico on Monday voiced hope it could work out a major dispute with the United States over energy policy as it welcomed a top U.S. delegation and President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador struck a conciliatory note in the critical stand-off.
EU Chief to Announce Proposals to Address Energy Crisis
The European Parliament is to meet for a plenary session in Strasbourg on Wednesday
Mexican President Urges Energy, Lithium Firms to Talk to Government
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday urged companies to consult their lawyers and talk to the government following decisions in support of his efforts to tighten state control of Mexico’s energy market and natural resources.
US ‘Imposing New Conditions’ in Nuclear Talks, Says Iran
Iran’s foreign minister said Sunday that Washington is “imposing new conditions” in the negotiations to restore the 2015 nuclear agreement.
China’s Central Bank Leads in Green Finance Policies Globally: Report
The People’s Bank of China is outperforming other central banks across the globe in greening their financial system, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis reported.
Putin Should Think About the Consequences of Asking for Energy Payments in Rubles, Germany Says
Germany has some advice for Russian President Vladimir Putin: think about the consequences of asking for energy payments in rubles.
CPS Energy Will Spend $50 Million to Comply with EPA Rule on Coal Ash Storage
Despite opposition from environmental activists, CPS Energy trustees Monday approved the construction of a $50 million retention pond for the J.K. Spruce Power Plant to comply with a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rule on coal ash storage.
A Nuclear Deal Could Be Reached in a Matter of Hours
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian told The Global Conversation that Tehran had shown flexibility and seriousness in negotiations with the West over its nuclear policy.
‘Everything Is on the Table,’ EU Chief Says of Russian Energy Sanctions as Ukraine Tensions Escalate
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has told CNBC that energy sanctions against Russia are still an option if the country invades Ukraine.
European Commission Presents Text of Nuclear and Gas CDA
The European Commission has presented the final version of the Complementary Delegated Act of the EU Taxonomy Regulation covering certain gas and nuclear activities.
Iran Says Nuclear Talks have Made 'Significant' Headway
Negotiations in Vienna aimed at restoring the 2015 Iran nuclear deal made "significant progress" over the past three weeks, although differences remain on some key points.
Iran, US Could Seal Nuclear Deal Next Month: Russia
Iran, the US and other world powers could reach an agreement to return to the 2015 nuclear deal by the end of next month.
European Energy Signs PPA with 595°
European Energy and 595° are pleased to announce that they have entered into a multi-year PPA to supply green power from European Energy’s German wind portfolio to 595°’s production facilities in Germany.
US, Qatar Leaders to Meet Amid Europe Energy Concerns
Talks come as US and EU seek to build energy contingency plans should Russia shorten supplies to Europe over Ukraine tensions.
Thailand, Saudi Arabia Restore Diplomatic Ties
Thailand and Saudi Arabia have agreed to patch up diplomatic relations during a visit by the Thai prime minister to Riyadh on Tuesday.
S. Korea Remains Committed to Nuclear Phaseout Scheme: Energy Minister
South Korea remains committed to its policy of phasing out nuclear power plants as part of efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.
S Korea Election Offers Potential for Nuclear Change
South Korea's upcoming presidential election on 9 March opens up the possibility for a sharp change in the country's nuclear policy.
Mexico's Energy Reform Strains Ties With US
Mexico's plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week.
China Evergrande Appoints EV Unit Chairman as Executive Director
China Evergrande Group said on Sunday it had appointed its Energy Vehicle unit's chairman as an executive director.
Brazil, Guyana, Suriname Postpone Joint Energy Plan
The leaders of Brazil, Guyana and Suriname have postponed the creation of a regional energy corridor after Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro left discussions early.
TotalEnergies, Chevron to Exit Myanmar
TotalEnergies and Chevron said they will withdraw from Myanmar because of the worsening situation in the country since a February 2021 military coup.
Moldova Declares State of Emergency in Energy Sector
The Moldovan parliament approved a measure by prime minister Natalia Gavrilita to declare a state of emergency in the energy sector for 60 days to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas to consumers, but the threat of a cutoff of Russian supply has now been a
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