energy Archive

Drill, China, drill: State majors step on the gas after Xi calls for energy security

SINGAPORE/BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s state energy giants are set to raise spending on domestic drilling this

Saudi energy minister: We'd work with anyone interested in balancing the oil market

OPEC’s largest oil producer is willing to work with all parties to balance the crude market

Coal demand will remain steady through 2023, International Energy Agency says

Coal consumption is expanding after two years of decline, but miners should brace for another period

Financials fall into bear market, joining materials and energy stocks

Stocks in the financial sector had a tough day on Friday, falling into bear-market territory as

Saudi Arabia's energy minister says there are no plans to abolish OPEC

Saudi Arabia is not preparing for a break-up of OPEC, Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday,

Blockchain tech is taking on renewable energy trading in one country

Blockchain, the technology underpinning cryptocurrency bitcoin, has been recommended and theorized for uses across a broad

Wanted: An Australian energy policy to kickstart A$25 billion of investment

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Constant changes in Australia’s government have convinced the country’s power companies that its

'Trade wars' are not good for energy security, Russia's energy minister warns

Rising trade tensions and “protectionism” in trade policies are a risk for the global energy outlook,

New Jersey utility proposes $4 billion plan to advance state's clean energy goals

New Jersey’s largest regulated utility has a $ 4 billion plan to make the Garden State

US sanctions on Iran are 'unproductive' and 'wrong', Russia's energy minister says

U.S. sanctions on Iran’s oil industry are unproductive and there will be consequences to such a