When Labour proposed to freeze energy rates, the Conservatives thought it was crazy. Now they argue for the same.
New regulations are making it harder for Russia to divide and conquer Europe with natural gas.
Angela Merkel’s ally in Brussels speaks out against a proposed gas pipeline that would bypass Ukraine.
Chaos may be in store if oil-dependent countries lash out to distract from failed economic policies.
Russia’s rainy-day funds are running out of money, necessitating 10-percent budget cuts.
The Italian leader’s stand against a Russian natural gas pipeline turns out to be entirely self-serving.
Lifting the ban is unlikely to affect prices but would be of strategic significance to the United States.
If Germany is serious about stopping Russia bullying Ukraine, it can’t build a pipeline behind its back.
Russia’s belligerent foreign policy claims a second Black Sea gas pipeline as its victim.
Former Russian client states argue that extending the Baltic Sea pipeline would hurt Ukraine.
The rejection of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline had more to do with American politics than the environment.
Saudi Arabia is fighting for market share and punishing Russia for supporting Bashar Assad.