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Today β€” February 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Is Nancy Pelosi a Climate Skeptic?

By BRET STEPHENS

It’s time to reckon with the internal contradictions of climate policy.

Yesterday β€” February 15th 2019Your RSS feeds

EU in fresh diplomatic push to β€˜raise global ambition’ on climate change

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

A special UN summit scheduled in New York next September will provide “an essential opportunity to mobilise political will to raise global ambition” on climate change, according to a draft EU statement due to be adopted on Monday (18 February).

Ukraine’s elections highlight deep divides over natural gas

By Robert Rapier

The direction of Ukraine’s energy policies is of great interest to observers in Brussels and the European capitals, as a stable and prosperous Ukraine would increase overall European energy security, writes Robert Rapier.

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Serbia snags piece of Turkish Stream pipeline pie

By Julija Simić

Serbia has been given the go-ahead to build a section of the Turkish Stream pipeline from the Bulgarian to the Hungarian border, so long as not only Russian gas is transmitted through the pipeline. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

CaΓ±ete sees gas as β€˜a bridge’ to reach EU’s clean energy goals

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Natural gas will remain “an important component” of the EU’s energy mix for decades to come, but its role will evolve by the mid-century to become a “complement” to wind and solar power, the EU’s energy chief has said in comments that has ruffled feathers in the industry.

France now against Nord Stream 2

By Albrecht Meier, Christoph von Marschall, Claudia von Salzen, Frank Herold, Jakob Schlandt

The gas pipeline has long been controversial and now majorities are shifting within the EU. Can the project still be stopped? EURACTIV Germany’s media partner Der Tagesspiegel reports.

Energy consumption continues to rise in Europe: Eurostat

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Energy consumption in Europe rose for the third consecutive year in 2017, pulling the EU further away from its 2020 energy efficiency objective, according to official figures published on Thursday (7 February).

German 2030 industrial strategy: Altmaier backs β€˜European Champions’

By Florence Schulz

German economy minister Peter Altmaier presented his 'industrial strategy 2030' on Tuesday (5 February), talking up the creation of European "champions" just one day before the European Commission decided to reject a proposed merger between rail giants Alstom and Siemens. EURACTIV Germany reports.

Rick Perry appointed State of the Union 2019's 'designated survivor': 7 things to know

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry was taken to a secret location ahead of President Trump's 2019 State of the Union address after the White House revealed he was the "designated survivor" for the night.

Rick Perry appointed State of the Union 2019's 'designated survivor': 7 things to know

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry was taken to a secret location ahead of President Trump's 2019 State of the Union address after the White House revealed he was the "designated survivor" for the night.

Qatar and Exxon Mobil Plan $10 Billion Gas Investment in Texas

By CLIFFORD KRAUSS

The move would give Qatar better access to Latin American markets and strengthen its relationship with the Trump administration two years into a dispute with Saudi Arabia.

Nonfiction: A Sensible Climate Change Solution, Borrowed From Sweden

By RICHARD RHODES

In “A Bright Future,” Joshua S. Goldstein and Staffan A. Qvist look to Europe for examples of how nuclear energy can help solve the global warming crisis.

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