India's Energy Demands Call For $250B Investment In Five Years
November 06 2014 2:00 AM EST
India's minister for power estimated that the nation's total power consumption would double to 2 trillion units by 2019.
GOP Senate Wins Boost Odds For Keystone XL
November 05 2014 1:23 PM EST
Republicans are vowing to make the Canada-to-Texas pipeline a top priority come January.
French Government Approves $15.6B GE-Alstom Deal
November 05 2014 7:03 AM EST
General Electric plans to buy most of Alstom's power business.
Gazprom Gets First Debt Repayment From Ukraine
November 05 2014 4:58 AM EST
The payment by Naftogaz is the first to Gazprom since May, when a row over gas pricing and unpaid debts escalated between Moscow and Kiev.
World Must Phase Out Most Fossil Fuels: UN
November 04 2014 12:46 PM EST
In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change called for 90% renewables by 2100.
Russia Skips Meeting On Nuclear Security Summit
November 04 2014 3:08 AM EST
About three to four meetings are scheduled to be held in preparation for the Nuclear Security Summit in 2016.
Canada Doesn't Need Keystone XL: Alberta Chief
November 03 2014 1:20 PM EST
The head of Canada's largest oil-producing province says developers have alternatives to the proposed pipeline.
Illegal Drones Flying Over France Investigated
November 03 2014 10:45 AM EST
French officials are investigating illegal drone flights over at least seven nuclear power plants in the past month.
After Setbacks, Shell Moving Forward With Arctic Drilling
November 01 2014 5:34 PM EDT
A report shows there was more oil than they thought, but environmentalists aren’t impressed.
Bangladesh Hit By Nationwide Power Blackout
November 01 2014 7:05 AM EDT
Officials used powerful generators to restore power in some places while hospitals and airports ran on emergency generators.
Cheap Gasoline A Boon For US Consumers, Economy
October 31 2014 5:02 PM EDT
Regular gasoline could dip below $3 a gallon for the first time since December 2010, AAA says.
Toxic Chemicals Found Near Fracking Sites: Study
October 31 2014 11:37 AM EDT
The report is the latest attempt to quantify how hydraulic fracturing may affect Americans' health.
Sweden's State-Owned Utility Says 'Bye' To German Coal
October 31 2014 10:28 AM EDT
Vattenfall AB says it will seek a buyer for coal plants, mines in Germany to help cut its emissions.
Falling Oil Prices Hurt Key Economies
October 30 2014 11:13 PM EDT
Cheaper crude could undermine Russia's and Iran's foreign policy and push oil-dependent economies into recession.
Ukraine, Russia And EU To Sign Gas Deal
October 30 2014 5:43 PM EDT
The three parties have reportedly agreed on a deal to resume Russian gas supplies to Ukraine.
TransCanada Applies To Build $12B Pipeline
October 30 2014 2:56 PM EDT
The Canadian energy firm said Thursday that it filed a 30,000-page application to Canada's National Energy Board.
Ukraine Gas Supplies In Doubt As Russia Seeks EU Payment Deal
October 30 2014 4:44 AM EDT
Some critics of Russia question whether its motivation is financial or whether prolonging the wrangling suits Moscow's diplomatic agenda.
As India And Vietnam Get Closer, China Keeps A Watchful Eye
October 29 2014 3:17 PM EDT
India and Vietnam signed various military and maritime deals that have raised concerns in Beijing.
Keystone XL Fight Ramps Up In South Dakota
October 29 2014 12:52 PM EDT
The state's Public Utilities Commission this week allowed opponents to join a critical permitting process.
Feds Probe Leak At US Uranium Plant
October 29 2014 10:01 AM EDT
Honeywell, the plant's operator, says there's no evidence a chemically toxic compound left the site on Sunday.