E. Mediterranean Oil, Gas Belong to All Cypriots

E. Mediterranean Oil, Gas Belong to All Cypriots

Hydrocarbon resources in the East Mediterranean belong to both Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots, the deputy premier and foreign minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said in Geneva on Wednesday.

Eni Awarded New License in Ghana’s Offshore Fields

Eni Awarded New License in Ghana’s Offshore Fields

Eni is expanding its presence in Ghana with the company's and partner Vitol's winning bid in Ghana's first international bid round in which five offshore blocks have been put on offer in water depths ranging from 100 to 4,400 meters.

Scotland's Green Economy Gets £10 Million Boost

Scotland's Green Economy Gets £10 Million Boost

A total of 21 projects in Scotland have been awarded a share of £10 million (71.8 million Turkish liras) by electricity transmission and distribution network operator ScottishPower Energy Networks on Monday.

Iran Exceeds 300 Kg Enriched Uranium Limit

Iran Exceeds 300 Kg Enriched Uranium Limit

Iran has breached the 300-kilogram limit of the low-level enriched uranium in the 2015 nuclear deal, the semi-official Fars news agency reported on Monday.

Turkey's Crude Oil Imports up by 60.94% in April

Turkey's Crude Oil Imports up by 60.94% in April

Turkey's crude oil imports rose by 60.94% to 2.37 million tonnes in April 2019 compared to the same month of 2018, according to a report released by the country's energy watchdog on Monday. 

EBRD Loans €18 Million for Kosovo’s First Wind Farm

EBRD Loans €18 Million for Kosovo’s First Wind Farm

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has lent €18 million to finance the 32.4-megawatt (MW) Kitka Wind Farm in eastern Kosovo, the bank announced in a statement on Tuesday.

CO2 Emissions From New Cars and Vans Increases in 2018

CO2 Emissions From New Cars and Vans Increases in 2018

The average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new passenger cars registered in the European Union (EU) in 2018 reached 120.4 grammes of CO2 per kilometer (CO2/km), up 1.6% on 2017, the European Environment Agency said on Monday.

Wales Turns Wood to Energy Via £160M Power Station

Wales Turns Wood to Energy Via £160M Power Station

Up to 75,000 homes in South Wales will be powered by a new £160 million (approx. 1.2 billion Turkish Lira) plant generating electricity from waste wood, project owner Glennmont Partners announced on Monday.

Canete, Altmaier to Finalise German Integrated Energy and Climate Plan

Canete, Altmaier to Finalise German Integrated Energy and Climate Plan

European Climate Action and Energy Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete and Germany’s Economic Affairs and Energy Minister Peter Altmaier on 24 June exchanged views on climate neutrality objectives and discussed growth opportunities arising from the modernisation and transition towards a climate neutral economy

Swedish Forsmark Nuke Plant: Safe for 10 More Years

Swedish Forsmark Nuke Plant: Safe for 10 More Years

Sweden's Forsmark nuclear power plant has been deemed safe to continue its operations for another ten years, according to the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority on Monday