Reducing gas use in our homes will help avoid energy price hikes. But where is the best place to start?
Russia tried to weaponize energy to keep European nations from opposing its war in Ukraine, but the real pain from Putin’s actions and Western sanctions has been felt far from Europe.
Texas wasn’t prepared to keep the lights on during Winter Storm Uri, and it won’t be ready for future cold weather unless it starts thinking about energy demand as well as supply.
New Zealand is considering a plan to tax methane from cows. But while cows and cars both emit greenhouse gases, they don’t have the same impact over time.
China is expanding its relationship with the Taliban as a way of addressing its needs for increased energy supply.
Energy companies have marketed natural gas as cooks’ favorite for years because homes with gas hookups will also use it for space and water heating.
Without energy market reform, expensive gas will have few upsides.
For the first time, Australia has moved to cap natural gas prices in a bid to stop energy price pain. Is the cap too high – or was it necessary to mollify the producers?
A leading climate scientist explains why going over 1.5 degrees Celsius puts the world in a danger zone.
Developed nations threaten to consume more than their fair share of Earth’s dwindling carbon budget.
Saying that the climate problem is complex is false, and a distraction from what we know needs to be done.
Natural gas projects in Africa might help reduce supply shortages temporarily, but they could soon become stranded assets.
A key issue for African countries is: how to contribute towards averting a climate disaster without compromising economic growth and development.
Energy bills are set to rise - and rise again. The government’s efforts so far have done very little. Time for a stronger approach.
Roundtable discussions with leaders from major energy companies reveal a lack of pressure from regulators or investors and a strong belief that fossil fuel use will continue for years to come.
A successful marketing campaign helped gas become a cornerstone of domestic life by the 1970s.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has not hesitated to use energy as a weapon. An expert on global energy markets analyzes what could come next.
Insecurity of assets and life with declining capacity for technical and market production are responsible for Nigeria’s low crude oil production.
The European Commission is trying to tackle the energy crisis without dismantling its cross border power market.
Natural gas has been marketed for decades as a clean fuel, but a growing body of research shows that gas stoves can contribute significantly to indoor air pollution, as well as climate change.