OCI Norway is pursuing an aggressive policy of expanding its oil and gas industries

OCI: Norway is pursuing an aggressive policy of expanding its oil and gas industries

11 February 2022 - According to Oil Change International (OCI), Norway is pursuing an oil and gas expansion policy and it has awarded 700 exploration permits in the past ten years, while the UK announced it would start exploitation at six fields in the North Sea this year

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IEA: Rising demand for electricity could result in high prices over next three years

14 January 2022 - Average wholesale electricity prices in Europe in the fourth quarter of 2021 were more than four times as high as their 2015-2020 average

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EPCG intends to construct three gas power plants in Montenegro

06 January 2022 - In order to prepare the necessary documents, Elektroprivreda Crne Gore has announced a tender for the selection of a consultant

EPS to convert coal-fired power plant Morava to natural gas

EPS to convert coal-fired power plant Morava to natural gas

13 December 2021 - The state-owned power utility has announced a tender for the preparation of studies for the construction of the Morava gas power plant

Price of CO2 hits all-time high above EUR 80 per ton

Price of CO2 hits all-time high above EUR 80 per ton

06 December 2021 - The price of permits for emitting CO2 has increased 140 percent in 2021.

Croatia to invest EUR 2.3 billion in energy renovation by 2030

Croatia to invest EUR 2.3 billion in energy renovation by 2030

19 November 2021 - Croatia intends to energy renovate 6.3 million square meters of multi-apartment buildings by 2030. The...

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Coal-based electricity undermines positive impact of electric vehicles

12 November 2021 - Serbia and Kosovo* are among the worst performers in Europe in terms of EVs’ carbon savings compared with gasoline vehicles due to coal-reliant power grids.

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US, China – top two carbon emitters – to cooperate on cutting emissions

11 November 2021 - China and the United States are seeking to close “a gap between the current effort and the Paris agreement goals.”

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How would USD 100 carbon price hike impact world’s economies?

08 November 2021 - A USD 100 rise in carbon taxes would be a significant shock to the global economy but it falls well within the realms of potential scenarios

Romania to use wood pellets as fuel to decarbonize coal power plants

Romania to decarbonize its coal power plants with wood pellets

08 November 2021 - Energy minister Virgil Popescu and Bjørn H. Knappskog, CEO of Arbaflame, have signed a letter of intent with the aim of cutting Paroseni power plant's CO2 emissions

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EIB survey: citizens of China and USA more confident from EU citizens about success of their governments to reduce carbon emissions by 2050

07 November 2021 - According to the European Investment Bank's survey on climate change for 2021-2022, the majority of EU citizens are skeptical about the ability of their countries to successfully reduce carbon emissions by 2050 successfully.

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Serbia freezes electricity prices to help businesses through energy crisis

04 November 2021 - The Serbian government has ordered state power utility EPS to keep electricity prices for business customers unchanged until the end of November.

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