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28  mai     09h56
Spain’s rooftop solar installations fall in first quarter
   Spanish households and firms installed fewer rooftop solar power systems in the first quarter of the year compared with the same period last year, solar industry group UNEF said on Tuesday.Installed capacity fell roughly , UNEF’s Chief Executive Jose Donoso told an event in Madrid. The fall in...
    06h12
Highlighting Exxon suit, investors urge firms to keep shareholder spats out of court
   A group of around large European and American institutional investors on Tuesday urged companies to refrain from taking shareholders to court over disagreements relating to their proposals.The group, which represents . trillion in assets under management, highlighted the lawsuit filed by...
    06h05
Post-COVID, China is back in Africa and doubling down on minerals
   China’s flagship economic cooperation program is bouncing back after a lull during the global pandemic, with Africa a primary focus, according to a Reuters analysis of lending, investment and trade data.Chinese leaders have been citing the billions of dollars committed to new construction projects...
    09h09
UAE president visits South Korea with defence and energy on agenda
   United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, where his plane was met by an honorary escort of four fighter jets before he landed for his first state visit to Asia’s fourth biggest economy.Defence industry cooperation, business and investment,...
    09h05
Saudi Arabia may cut July oil prices to Asia for first time in 5 months
   Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, may cut prices for most crude grades it sells to Asia in July, the first cut in five months, as Middle East benchmarks and margins for Asian refiners have weakened, refining sources said.The July official selling price OSP for flagship Arab Light...
    01h04
Oil steadies as OPEC restraint balances interest rate concerns
   Global oil prices steadied on Tuesday as the prospect of OPEC maintaining oil supply curbs at its June meeting and hopes of strong U.S. summer fuel demand balanced concern about higher for longer U.S. interest rates.On Monday, oil rose over in muted trade owing to public holidays in Britain...
    07h57
Ukraine returns nuclear power unit to grid, sees no electricity curbs
   Ukraine has brought a nuclear power unit back into operation ahead of schedule after repairs, which made it possible to avoid restrictions on energy supplies to consumers on Tuesday, national power grid operator Ukrenergo said. Today, electricity consumption limits for industrial and household...
27  mai     08h59
EU approves law to hit gas imports with methane emissions limit
   European Union countries approved a law on Monday to impose methane emissions limits on Europe’s oil and gas imports from , pressuring international suppliers to cut leaks of the potent greenhouse gas.Methane is the main component of the natural gas countries burn in power plants and to heat...
28  mai     06h25
Norwegian oil companies to make record high investments in 2024
   Norwegian oil and gas investments are expected to hit a record high this year and will remain strong in , driven by a string of new developments as well as cost inflation, a national statistics office SSB survey showed on Tuesday.The country’s biggest business sector now expects to invest ...
    06h56
Repsol seeks to sell stake in U.S. renewable asset portfolio, Expansion says
   Spanish energy company Repsol REP.MC is seeking to sell a stake in an megawatt MW U.S. renewable asset portfolio, newspaper Expansion reported on Tuesday, citing unidentified sources in the renewable market.The assets, which are already operating or close to completion, are valued at about...
27  mai     22h51
New Petrobras CEO pushes offshore oil prospect as matter of ’national interest’
   Petrobras’ new chief executive said a basin in Brazil’s Equatorial Margin, an environmentally sensitive offshore prospect seen as the country’s most promising frontier for oil exploration, was a matter of national interest. Magda Chambriard, who took over as the state controlled oil company’s...
    02h35
Texas daily power demand sets record for May consumption
   Texas’ daily power consumption set a record for the month of May for the sixth time this month, the state grid operator said on Monday, as homes and businesses fired up air conditioners during a heat wave.The Electric Reliability Council of Texas ERCOT , which operates most of the state’s power...
    19h39
BP, Shell and EOG vie for acreage in Trinidad’s oil and gas auction
   Trinidad and Tobago received six bids from BP BP.L , Shell SHEL.L and US shale producer EOG Resources EOG.N on four blocks to explore for oil and gas as its shallow water auction closed on Monday.Trinidad plans to announce the winners in four months, Energy Minister Stuart Young said at...
    19h28
Solaria sees higher energy prices later this year, shares rise
   Spanish solar panel maker Solaria SLRS.MC said on Monday it expected energy prices to recover over the year, which would help the firm reach its profitability target.The company expects earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation between million and million euros ...
    00h49
Oil rises 1% ahead of inflation data after downbeat week
   Oil prices rose over in muted trade owing to public holidays in Britain and the United States after a downbeat week characterised by the outlook for U.S. interest rates in the face of sticky inflation.The Brent crude July contract settled , or . higher at . a barrel. The more active...
    16h00
Italy’s solar power capacity rises to 32 GW, large projects jump in Q1
   Italy’s solar power capacity rose by . gigawatts GW in the first quarter to GW thanks to a jump in the development of large projects, the country’s association for the photovoltaic sector said on Monday.Power coming from new solar projects with a size of more than megawatt MW each...
    11h39
Greece’s Mytilineos plans London dual listing
   Greek industrial and energy group Mytilineos MYTr.AT plans a dual listing on the London Stock Exchange and will invest . billion euros . billion in renewables projects in Italy over the next four years, a top executive said on Monday.Chief Executive Director Yiannis Kalafatas told a...
    04h31
India’s robust LNG imports are Asia’s standout, but higher prices may weigh
   Asia’s imports of liquefied natural gas LNG are displaying contrasting dynamics in May, with strength in usually price sensitive buyers like India, but a softer trend in the developed economies such as Japan and South Korea. An LNG tanker passes boats along the coast of Singapore February,...
    11h07
India’s Adani Energy Solutions to raise up to 1.5 bln
   India’s Adani Energy Solutions ADAI.NS said on Monday that its board has approved a fundraise of up to billion rupees . billion .The power distribution company will raise funds via the issuance of shares or other securities by way of qualified institutional placements or through any...
    10h54
Portugal’s new govt committed to developing offshore wind, minister says
   Portugal’s new government is committed to developing offshore wind energy and also sees repowering onshore wind farms and promoting solar projects, including small scale ones, as a priority, the environment minister said on Monday.Maria da Graca Carvalho said the government would announce some...
    10h04
BP, EOG Resources in talks to jointly develop Trinidad gas field
   Oil major BP BP.L and U.S. shale producer EOG Resources EOG.N are in discussions to jointly develop a natural gas field off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago, the British company said.The field holds just under trillion cubic feet tcf of natural gas, but will eventually be tied back to...
    09h50
EU approves Czech state aid for efficient heat and power generation
   The EU Commission on Monday said it had approved a . billion euros . billion Czech state aid scheme to support combined heat and power generation.Aid is targeted at the production of electricity in high efficiency combined heat and power plants, and is expected to cut CO emissions by around...
    09h10
X-Press Feeders completes its first bio-methanol bunkering at Singapore
   Container shipper X Press Feeders has conducted its first bio methanol refuelling operation at the port of Singapore on Monday, a company executive said, after receiving in mid May its first out of dual fuelled vessels ordered.The company aims to use more methanol to fuel its fleet to meet its...
    08h22
Ukraine to maximise energy import capacity from EU on Monday
   Ukraine intends to maximise the amount of electricity it imports from the European Union during some hours on Monday after recent Russian missile attacks reduced the country’s power generation capacity, the Ukrainian power grid operator said.Russian missile and drone attacks on Ukraine’s energy...
24  mai     15h17
Exclusive: Saudi Arabia plans Aramco share sale as soon as June, sources say
   Saudi Arabia is planning a multi billion dollar share sale in energy giant Aramco .SE as soon as June in what would be one of the region’s biggest stock deals, two people familiar with the matter said.The offering could raise around billion, one of the people said. The preparations are...
26  mai     06h14
Iran plans to raise oil output to 4 million barrels per day, Tasnim reports
   Iran has approved a plan to raise its oil output to four million barrels per day, the country’s Tasnim news agency said on Sunday, without providing a time frame. An economic council headed by Iran’s interim president Mohammad Mokhber has approved a plan to raise the country’s oil output from . ...
25  mai     09h35
Kazakh oil flow to Germany seen intact with Druzhba issue resolved, sources say
   Pipeline operators in Poland and Russia agreed on a solution that will allow Kazakh oil transit to Germany to continue, removing a risk that it would stop in June, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.Transneft warned Kazakhstan in April that its oil transit to Germany could stop due to an...
24  mai     14h44
Texas power demand breaks May record again as prices soar in heat wave
   Power demand in Texas broke the record for the month of May for a second time this week on Friday as prices soared ahead of the U.S. Memorial Day long weekend with homes and businesses cranking up their air conditioners to escape a heat wave.The Electric Reliability Council of Texas ERCOT , which...
    12h39
Brazil’s Petrobras approves Chambriard as new CEO
   Brazilian state run oil firm Petrobras PETR .SA said its board of directors on Friday approved the nomination of Magda Chambriard as the company’s new chief executive following the surprise announcement last week.Chambriard, a four decade industry veteran, has already taken up her new position,...
    20h55
Pemex production hurt by late payments to suppliers, sources say
   Mexican state energy company Pemex had its crude oil production hit because it keeps accumulating debt with its service providers, two sources said, a situation that has forced it to publicly reiterate twice this week that the debts would be paid.While Pemex has not published its latest figures for...