Tehran says incident in early hours in garrison town of Gamdareh was a power outage
US district judge sides with Standing Rock Sioux tribeMore extensive environmental review is required – judgeA federal judge has sided with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down...
Samples from illegal refineries in Niger delta found to be of a higher quality than imported petrol in new analysis
Coronavirus lockdown was final straw for fracking pioneer Chesapeake Energy
Across the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, scientists are developing alternative sustainable solutions to the golden tide of Sargassum
Report to outline aim to reduce emissions to 88% of 2010 levelsHuge sums for public transport and proposals for green vehicles House Democrats will unveil an aggressive climate crisis “action plan” on Tuesday to nearly...
Analysts predict more struggling shale energy firms could fold or be bought up by rivals
Thousands of jobs lost as economy shifts to renewable energy‘Our workforce has the skills needed to transform the economy’Coalmining communities have called for immediate action to stem the economic devastation wrought...
Governments and carmakers press on with hydrogen fuel cells to power cars, buses, trains and even aircraft
Environmentalists have welcomed news that the 43-year-old Fessenheim reactor will close, nine years after it was first planned
Exclusive: project will store renewable energy and reduce climate-heating emissions
With no plans to raise clean energy investment, demand will soon reach pre-crisis level
Oil company says it may be forced to leave some of its fossil fuel discoveries in the ground
Campaigners fear damage to protected regions by companies exploiting their resources
Fire has reportedly spread to homes near well that has been leaking ‘uncontrollably’ for two weeks
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