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Norway on Monday launched the world's largest facility of its kind to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS), the so-far commercially unproven technology that would allow greenhouse gases from power plants to be buried safely underground. A 5.8
Canada's natural resources minister is criticizing the European Union over its plan to discriminate against Canadian oil derived from Alberta's oilsands. Joe Oliver released a letter Sunday to EU energy commissioner Gunther Oettinger in which he
The stress tests were promised as part of the EU's pledge to review the safety of its own nuclear facilities in the event of a natural disaster in the wake of the Fukushima crisis. A heated debate ensued as many members of European Parliament (MEPs)
They are responding to Turkmenistan's recent positive signals about supplies for the EU's Nabucco gas transport project, but also to Azerbaijan's recent requests for clarification of Nabucco's commercial terms, ahead of final investment decisions.
EU energy strategy envisages shared network Last year's Russian gas crisis concentrated minds EU energy strategy for the next decade envisages a shared gas and electricity supply network, and the renovation of draughty buildings to cut bills.
EU governments should stop deepwater drilling projects if they have any safety doubts, the EU said Wednesday, stopping short of an outright ban such as the one the U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil spill. EU Energy Commissioner Guenther
EU to tighten rules for offshore drilling Europe Business Reporter, BBC News, Brussels Firms seeking offshore drilling permits in Europe may have to meet EU-wide standards The European Commission is to propose tightening the rules for deep-water