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Gas crisis and impact of simmering planet now having direct effect on asset allocation decisions
Mark Gyetvay indicted on tax charges connected to $93m in offshore accounts
Plus, the long road ahead for the Global Methane Pledge
The old problem of over-relying on short-term wholesale markets is rearing its ugly head again.
Privately held producers set to lead the way on expected 800,000 b/d increase in 2022
Expensive fertiliser and reduced yields are linked factors that could drive up agricultural commodity prices
Increase in prices raises ‘serious concerns’ on supply and security, says energy secretary Jennifer Granholm
More could be done to fill storage sites ahead of winter heating season, says energy body
Dependence on external supplies interacts lethally with the commitment to achieve net zero by 2050
Record fuel price in UK reaches five times American equivalent
Divestiture in core US region comes as supermajor encounters pressure to shift from fossil fuels
Price spike presents frackers and their investors with sternest self-discipline test so far
Governments scramble to help consumers, energy sector and food companies
Minister attacks ‘alarmist’ talk as deal prepared to tackle CO2 shortage risk to supply chains
As the tide goes out, it’s clear that many UK energy suppliers didn’t have their hedges on
Italy set to follow Spain in preparing package to help consumers deal with rising household bills
Minister holds emergency talks with regulator and suppliers as PM says problems are ‘temporary’
Energy suppliers are restricting the number of tariffs available amid record high gas and power prices
Critics call for investigation of state-backed monopoly pipeline exporter Gazprom
Fallout spreads from fertiliser makers and energy suppliers to meat and drink sectors
Shuttering of two CF facilities among first signs fuel’s supply crunch could hit industrial and farm production
Environmental schemes should be funded through general taxation, electricity group argues
Damage to interconnector in Kent will limit cross-Channel power capacity until March
Comments increase concerns Moscow is using supplies as leverage to get pipeline project up and running
Tight supplies have created record prices ahead of heating demand increases in colder months