British oil exploration company Rockhopper Exploration has found a new partner, Navitas Petroleum, to develop a promising field near the Falkland Islands.
Cutting the carbon from ship emissions will not be cheap, but it does not have to be difficult
The state’s governor is looking to make sure that future payments are not political calculations
A keel laying ceremony for the hull of the first nuclear floating propulsion unit based on the RITM-200 reactor units took place at a shipyard in Nantong, China.
Alaska’s promise as an oil province has never been in doubt. Right now, though, much else about it is
Luleå has long been known for its plans to use hydrogen to clean up its industries, now it may be providing the power for others who want to do the same
The sanctions imposed by the West on Russia are slowly having an effect. Russian gas producer Novatek is facing a number of technical difficulties.
Iceland is already well equipped when it comes to renewable energies. Nevertheless, the country wants to examine the use of wind energy.
Russian energy giant Rosneft announced the discovery of an oil deposit in the Pechora Sea. The new oil field is estimated to contain 82 million tons of oil.
A South Korean shipyard has canceled orders for the first of three LNG carriers after Sovcomflot failed to pay due to EU sanctions.
The development of the North Sea route is becoming a key priority for the government in Moscow in light of the sanctions. Towards the west, freight traffic has come to a virtual standstill.
14 Northern communities will receive funding to phase out fossil fuel
TotalEnergies is preparing for a further withdrawal from Russia. Now the French energy company announced it would set aside $4.1 billion.
The decision was expected, and the reactions are predictable
Following the discussions in Europe about continuing to purchase gas from Russia, Russian gas producers are now challenged and are looking for new sales markets in the East.
A surge in energy prices has been exacerbated by Moscow, but the industry says its root is in Washington
Norway’s gas and oil industry had a banner year, but the good times will only continue if drillers get a little more ambitious
Recent research has revealed that radioactive materials leaked in the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident have already spread to the Arctic Ocean.
Drilling for oil in Europe’s northern waters could become a tug-of-war between the EU’s new Arctic strategy and Norway’s production intentions.
UK oil company Harbour Energy said it was considering cashing in an option to exit the Falkland Islands project and would leave Falkland.
Coal production on Svalbard will cease in 2023. Gruve 7 is the last Norwegian state-owned coal company that still produces coal.
On the west coast of Kola Bay, construction of the Lavna sea trade port resumed after one year’s interruption.
Snezhnoye and Kanchalan in Chukotka were connected to a ‘solar-plus-diesel’ plant. These are the first projects of their kind in the Arctic zone of Russia.
India discussed the possibility of LNG purchases together with the acquisition of a stake in Novatek’s Arctic LNG 2 project at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.