China snaps up Russian coal at deep discounts as Ukraine war continues

This photo taken on October 24, 2021 shows coal being loaded on a cargo ship in Jiujiang, in China’s central Jiangxi province. STR | AFP | Getty Images Russia’s coal shipments to China have been rising even though overall shipments to China have declined, new data from S&P Global Market Intelligence showed. Russian seaborne coal … Read more

How to save money on summer cooling bills as energy prices rise

A pedestrian uses an umbrella to get some relief from the sun as she walks past a sign displaying the temperature on June 20, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. Ralph Freso | Getty Images Tips for efficient energy use Most cooling systems use electricity, so making sure your home is running as efficiently as possible can … Read more

Europe’s plans to replace Russian gas are deemed ‘wildly optimistic’ — and could hammer its economy

A drilling rig at a gas processing facility, operated by Gazprom. Maxim Shemetov | Reuters The European Union’s best shot at replacing Russian gas imports this year is likely to miss the mark, analysts predict, exerting further pressure on the region’s economy. The EU plans to replace two-thirds of Russian gas imports by the end … Read more

G-7 leaders to set up a ‘Climate Club’

Participants in the G7 summit held in Germany photographed on June 26, 2022. Stefan Rousseau – Pool | Getty Images News | Getty Images G-7 leaders will work with partners to establish a “Climate Club” by the end of this year, according to the communique from their latest meeting. Published Tuesday, the document said leaders … Read more

De Nora IPO priced at 13.50 euros per share; $2.8 billion valuation

De Nora was founded in 1923 and specializes in electrode and water treatment technologies. Pavlo Gonchar | Lightrocket | Getty Images The CEO of electrode maker Industrie De Nora says it is “not scared” about the current market turbulence as it braves an IPO this week. The initial public offering was priced at 13.50 euros … Read more

Hydrogen powered trains to be used in Berlin-Brandenburg region

A Mireo Plus H train photographed in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on May 5, 2022. According to Siemens Mobility, the train can hit a top speed of 160 kilometers per hour, or around 99 mph. Sophie Brössler | Picture Alliance | Getty Images Siemens Mobility is to build several hydrogen-powered trains for a network in the … Read more

Why one stock brokerage is bullish on Reliance Industries and Infosys

India’s stocks did not have a good start in the first half of the year, but stock brokerage Kotak Securities remains bullish on two stocks. Reliance Industries, an energy and telecommunications conglomerate, has been making a lot of small acquisitions and is “very aggressive” in converting companies into digital businesses, said Shrikant Chouhan, executive vice … Read more

G-7 nations face threat of Russia shutting down more gas

Russian President Vladimir Putin makes a toast as he takes part in the XIV BRICS summit in virtual format via a video call, in Moscow on June 23, 2022. Mikhail Metzel | AFP | Getty Images The Group of 7 nations need to brace for a complete shutdown of Russian gas pipelines in the near … Read more

Why the U.S. has a massive power line problem

A section of the NECEC corridor in Johnson Mountain Township is covered with straw on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. Crews put down the straw for erosion control. Portland Press Herald | Portland Press Herald | Getty Images For the past six years, energy companies and Maine residents have been in a fierce stand-off over the … Read more

Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods on energy transition, gas prices

Exxon Mobile CEO Darren Woods warns that an abrupt transition to renewable energy will cause society to “pay a high price.” The national average price for a gallon of gasoline is currently nearly $ 5, causing strife for all drivers, according to AAA. In an interview with CNBC’s David Faber, Woods cautioned against a government … Read more