Opec has hit back at the latest research on transition in the oil and gas sector released by the International Energy Agency (IEA), claiming the report aims to “vilify” the industry while ignoring the quest to secure energy supplies for global economies.
Enel Chairman Michele Crisostomo, Enel CEO Francesco Starace, The Italian Minister of the Environment and Energy Security Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, the Director-General for Energy of the European Commission Ditte Juul Jørgensen, the President of the Region of Sicily Renato Schifani, and the Catania Municipality’s Special Commissioner – Prefect Piero Mattei visited the construction site of the 3Sun Gigafactory in Catania, which will become Europe’s largest solar panel factory by 2024, with a one-of-a-kind technology globally
Europe has always been an importer of energy, so the energy transition offers an unparalleled opportunity for the EU to flip the switch and secure its energy sovereignty.
Norway supplies around 50 percent of Europe’s domestic gas volumes which equates to around 25 percent of the continent’s total gas
A Biden statement attempting to address May inflation data contained harsh words—both for the oil industry as a whole and Exxon specifically.
Sky-high oil prices have left both America’s oil industry and its President pointing fingers at one another.
Biden’s decision to ban Russian oil imports to the U.S. had a predictable effect on oil prices, but the long-term impact on the U.S. oil industry is less clear.
Uganda is determined to expand its oil industry and, ultimately, to become an exporter of crude oil and products via a record-breaking pipeline
Continued under-investment in oil and gas developments could lead to negative consequences, particularly in developing areas needing access to affordable energy, a trio of energy industry experts warned