Pakistan plans to quadruple domestic coal-fired power, move away from gas
A shortage of natural gas, which accounts for over a third of the country's power output, plunged large areas into hours of darkness last year.
Russian pipeline gas exports to Europe collapse to a post-Soviet low
Russia has managed to offset lower gas imports to Europe by higher energy prices at its budget revenues from oil and gas jumped by over a third in the first 10 months of the year.
10 killed in South Africa fuel tanker explosion
The tanker had been transporting 60,000 litres of LPG gas.
India's Rajasthan state to halve cooking gas price for poor hurting from inflation
The state is one of several to announce measures to help households in the midst of a cost-of-living crisis after food and fuel prices surged in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
EU countries agree gas price cap to contain energy crisis
The cap is the 27-country EU's latest attempt to lower gas prices that have pushed citizens' energy bills higher and driven record-high inflation this year after Russia cut off most of its gas deliveries to Europe.
HSBC to stop funding new oil and gas fields as part of policy overhaul
Activist groups that have been critical of HSBC mostly hailed the move by one of the biggest lenders to energy companies in the world as a keenly awaited update that will drive companies towards a cleaner future.
QatarEnergy boss says World Cup tension will not impact German business
QatarEnergy and German utility firms have been thrashing out long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) deals for much of this year as Berlin looks for alternatives to Russia, which is Germany's biggest gas supplier.
Six killed, 30 wounded in gas cylinder explosion in Iraq's north
At least three houses were completely destroyed by the explosion of a cooking gas cylinder that was installed on the rooftop of one of them.
EU leaders clash over how to tackle energy prices
The bloc's 27 member states have been squabbling for months over measures to lower energy bills, and a Brussels summit began in a chilly mood.
EU gas price cap still elusive as leaders meet again over energy crunch
While 15 countries including France and Poland push some form of a cap, they face strong opposition from Germany and the Netherlands – respectively Europe's biggest economy and gas buyer, and a major European gas trading hub.
Nord Stream ruptures revealed as Europe grapples with gas plan
Dwindling flows of gas from Russia has left the European Union struggling to unite over how to respond to surging prices that have deepened a cost-of-living crisis for families and businesses.
China to slash winter gas purchases easing Europe's supply pressures
Reduced demand means China should yield its top importer title back to Japan this year, easing pressure on the global market and offering relief to Europe after Russia cut pipeline gas flows amid the Ukraine crisis.