Author: Jeremy Bowden
Germany closes in on hoisting the LNG flag
24 January 2019
Projects jockey to sail Germany into the LNG importers’ club
Will biofuels emerge from the renewables shadows?
9 November 2018
Despite ambitious transport fuel targets and strong growth in biofuel demand, bioenergy has failed to get the publicity it warrants
Renewables looks to find the right balance
2 November 2018
The adoption of wind and solar is growing rapidly. But can the technology overcome its current limitations?
Renewables face increasingly level playing field
2 November 2018
Adoption of green energy will only grow, as technology makes renewables increasingly cost competitive
Deep-water hopes still high in northwest Europe
24 September 2018
Efficiency savings and the use of existing infrastructure mean deep-water prospects look more promising than they have done in recent years
The Americans are coming
2 November 2016
The arrival of more US LNG in the Atlantic basin should cap European gas prices and help the bloc cut emissions
Eni’s big bet on a recovery
22 January 2016
The Italian major faces a number of headwinds, but its upstream focus should leave it primed to capitalise on any oil-price revival
Can the EU cope without Groningen?
7 January 2016
Output from the Netherlands’ giant gasfield, a stalwart of European gas supplies for decades, is falling sharply, increasing the continent’s need for imports
UK targets switch to gas
7 December 2015
The UK Conservative government is to consult on phasing out coal completely by 2025, but it must find ways to trigger investment in gas-fired plant
VW scandals contribute to changing perception of diesel
7 December 2015
Faulty tests and emissions scandals could prove yet another headache for Europe’s refiners