The following are five facts you should know regarding Europe’s energy problem

As the economy recovers from the epidemic, demand for gas is increasing. However, supplies are limited, and costs are steadily rising. Gas can aid in the decarbonization of power, but it is also a source of pollution. Europeans are preparing…

Is it now Japan’s turn?

¬†As a result of the worldwide energy shortage, power prices have reached new highs for the first time in nine months   Gains in global oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and coal prices are starting to flow through to Japan’s…

“The LNG market in Germany is getting increasingly challenging.”

Energate news claims that the energy firm Uniper has decided to abandon plans to build an LNG (liquefied natural gas) terminal in Wilhelmshaven, in northern Germany. According to CEO Klaus-Dieter Maubach, in an interview with the energate magazine e|m|w, “it…