While the Saudis pushed carbon capture and storage technology, Europeans fought for wind and solar to be talked up in the report.
Governments will hold consultations on whether to call for a phase out of fossil fuels at the Cop28 climate talks in November
President Alberto Fernández is seeking funding for an export pipeline that would channel Vaca Muerta’s gas to neighbouring countries
Energy security fears prompted Beijing to rapidly accelerate coal power plans last year, raising concerns about the country’s impact on greenhouse gas emissions
A Vietnam government partner suggested that even Hanoi is unaware of the details of the energy transition package
The bloc has made achieving a global phase out of coal, oil and gas “well ahead of 2050” a priority of its climate diplomacy
Cop28 president and oil and gas executive Sultan al-Jaber urged energy conference participants in Houston to do more faster to limit global warming
The process to create Canada’s first guide for green investiments has been accused of being undemocratic and extending the life of polluting fuels.
Without climate finance from rich nations, “we are not going to comply with your climate change” said Bola Tinubu
The court said campaigners arguments against the East African crude oil pipeline had changed too much – they are considering an appeal
A new study has found that most energy transition models ask nations like China, India and South Africa to cut coal use twice as fast as developed countries ever did.
Almost 80% of the more than 80,000 residents working in Ermelo are employed by Eskom and Transnet, the state-owned energy and transport companies
After a series of multinational oil companies ruled themselves out of the controversial projects, the government pushed back bidding at the last minute
Wood Mackenzie research was used to justify UK support for a gas megaproject in Mozambique and a new coal mine, in government and in court
In a pivot away from Russian gas, Germany cut energy consumption to its lowest level since the Berlin Wall fell – but increased coal burning
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AIIB’s fast-tracking of a 600MW LNG plant could set a precedent for more development finance to fossil gas projects, campaigners warn
German support for any of the projects would breach a pledge made last year to stop funding coal, oil and gas projects overseas from 1 January
The decision to allow a new coking coal mine goes against official climate advice and the UK’s international rhetoric on fossil fuels
The Gulf oil and gas exporter is going big on renewable energy investment and food security, while expanding hydrocarbon production