Engie Buys Romanian Smart Public Lighting Company

Engie Buys Romanian Smart Public Lighting Company

French energy group Engie announced Wednesday the acquisition of 60 percent of Flashnet, a Romanian Internet of Things (IoT) company that develops intelligent energy management systems for cities

Talks to Continue Over Kirkuk Oil Exports to Turkey

Talks to Continue Over Kirkuk Oil Exports to Turkey

Negotiations between Ankara, Baghdad and Erbil over the transfer of Kirkuk crude oil to Turkey's Ceyhan port are still ongoing, the Iraqi oil minister said on Monday

BP Begins Shah Deniz 2 Development in Azerbaijan

BP Begins Shah Deniz 2 Development in Azerbaijan

BP announced Monday the start of the company and its partners' landmark Shah Deniz 2 gas development located in the Caspian Sea offshore Azerbaijan, including its first commercial gas delivery from the project's second phase to Turkey

Turkey's Electricity Tariff Customers Fall in June

Turkey's Electricity Tariff Customers Fall in June

The number of electricity consumers who are able to exercise their right to buy electricity from their preferred provider decreased by 32.64 percent in June compared to the previous month, according to the latest Energy Exchange Istanbul (EXIST) data revealed on Monday

Siemens Gamesa to Supply 'Largest' Offshore Project

Siemens Gamesa to Supply 'Largest' Offshore Project

Siemens Gamesa announced Thursday that it signed a contract for the supply of 165 wind turbines for the world's "largest offshore project to date", Hornsea Two off Britain's east coast, promoted by Danish energy distributor Orsted

Denmark Assists Turkey in their Green Transition

Denmark Assists Turkey in their Green Transition

On 22 June, Denmark and Turkey signed a new energy agreement that extends the existing agreement on assisting Turkey in devising legislation in the district heating sector. Moreover, the two countries initiate a new authority cooperation within offshore wind

French Orano, China's CNNC to Process Used Fuel

French Orano, China's CNNC to Process Used Fuel

French multinational energy company Orano announced Monday an agreement with CNLA, a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), to start preparatory work on a used fuel processing and recycling plant project in China

Total CEO Says No Big Energy Company Can Work in Iran

Total CEO Says No Big Energy Company Can Work in Iran

International energy companies would find it impossible to work in Iran amid renewed U.S. sanctions, the head of Total has said. Patrick Pouyanne's remarks came during a recent interview with CNBC at an OPEC seminar in Austria's capital Vienna

200,000 More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Planned in Next 4 Years

200,000 More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Planned in Next 4 Years

Romania intends to install 200,000 electric vehicle charging stations in the next four years, as part of efforts to boost its share of renewables for fuels used in road transport, which is at only 1% currently, Minister of Energy Anton Anton has said, Romania’s Business Review has reported

EU Commission Probes Qatar Petroleum's LNG Sales

EU Commission Probes Qatar Petroleum's LNG Sales

The European Commission announced Thursday the launch of a formal investigation into restrictions on the free flow of liquefied natural gas sold by Qatar Petroleum in Europe