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Who is responsible for the Nord Stream pipeline attack?
The Kremlin blames the West for the Nord Stream pipeline attack, and Ukraine denies involvement - so who was responsible?
Oil spill “high vulnerability zone” threatens the global energy supply
A single oil spill could disrupt the global energy supply – shutting down major gas export facilities and vital desalination plants.
Unlock sustainable heating in Europe now
Only 13% of thermal energy in Europe is produced by renewable energy sources and 40% from natural gas alone(1). Therefore, unlocking local, green produced, sustainable heating now is a must.
Another Cold War: EU to cut gas use by 15%
EU to cut gas use by 15% in response to Putin's weaponisation of energy exports - moving one step closer to reducing dependency on Russian energy.
Turn it off! EU energy rationing and Russia
Energy rationing is on the cards as Russia continues to use energy as a weapon by limiting supplies in response to EU sanctions.
Germany risks €220 billion with full ban on Russian gas supplies
The Joint Economic Forecast finds that €220 billion of German economic output would be at risk over 2022 and 2023, if the country cuts ties with Russian gas supplies.
High inflation leaves 1.3 million people facing poverty
The Spring Statement unveils more hits to standards of living in the UK, where millions face high inflation rates and rising costs.
Petrol prices jump above £1.50 for the first time
For the fourth month in a row, UK petrol prices have risen again, with February hitting an all time high.
Methane responsible for 85% of natural gas emissions across London
Researchers analysing London’s atmosphere find that the city is releasing more methane than previously thought, due to natural gas infrastructure leaks.
EU must gain global leadership to avoid the perfect energy storm
Alena Mastantuono, EESC Member, and Petr Zahradník, Economist, argue that the EU must gain global leadership to avoid the perfect energy storm
Quantum-enabled gas imaging camera to reduce methane leaks
A new quantum-enabled gas imaging camera will help reduce environmentally damaging methane leaks from the oil and gas industry.
BOC – driving hydrogen mobility for the UK and Ireland
BOC,a Linde company, is the UK and Ireland’s largest provider of industrial gases, with a nationwide production and distribution network.
Are revolutionary inventions being suppressed because they provide energy independence?
Hydrogen is a known game-changer for the future of renewable, clean energy - but is the concept of energy independence part of the reason why some revolutionary inventions are being suppressed?
Heat Networks: Johnson’s “rocket” for his Green Industrial Revolution
Stephenson’s Rocket was a major driver of the last industrial revolution two hundred years ago. Will the UK PM, Johnson, be able to deliver a similar principle that will be recognised in two hundred years from now?
Transitioning to Net Zero: The role of low carbon heat
Steven Cowan, Technical Director, PADD Energy, underlines low carbon heat generation as we transition away from natural gas as a fuel source, including comment on Combined Heat & Power.
The state of the oil industry in 2020 and beyond
Henry Berry, Director at the UK oil company, Tristone Holdings Ltd, notes that whilst the oil industry has seen considerable changes in 2020 already, there will undoubtedly be many more come.
How will oil and gas investment recover after the pandemic?
Henry Berry, director of Tristone Holdings Ltd, shares his thoughts on how investment in the oil and gas industry will recover after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oil and Gas projects: Supporting the future of the UK energy industry
Here, NES Global Talent takes a look at the work of four major oil and gas projects that will support the UK energy industry for years to come and provide hundreds of job opportunities for skilled engineers.
Gas Safety Week: 6 expert safety tips for gas appliances
Here, Beckie Hatton, Product Manager, at Home Appliance Care shares her tips for gas safety and tells us how we can make sure we're staying safe.
Hydrogen: How the smallest of elements can solve a big problem
Vegard Frihammar, leader of Greenstat, turns the spotlight on hydrogen and reveals how the smallest of elements can solve a big problem by focusing on the maritime industry.
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