According to EnAppSys, an energy market analyst, renewable energy will supplant fossil fuels as the UK’s dominant form of energy generation in 2020.
Scottish Power has become the first UK energy company to rely solely on wind power following the sale of some of its other generating assets to rival energy company Drax.
Fresh research from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables – an energy, chemicals, renewables, metals and mining research and consultancy group – over 680 GW of wind power generation will be added globally over the next ten years. Continue reading Next decade to see extra 680+ GW of wind power
ExxonMobil has increased its estimates by 25% for the hydrocarbon resources in the Stabroek Block offshore of Guyana after the company made its 10th discovery in the region.
The company, which also Continue reading ExxonMobil hikes Guyana estimates
It’s often taken for granted that motorists can stop at a petrol station and fill their tanks, but that fuel has gone through a number of stages before it gets to the pump.
Petrol—just like Continue reading How oil gets to the petrol pump
Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), has warned that proposed supply cuts by key oil producers may have negative Continue reading IEA chief calls for “common sense” over oil production cuts
Hydraulic oil is different to regular lubricating oils. Yes, it does lubricate, and many hydraulic oils like Mobil DTE Light can be applied in both hydraulic and Continue reading What makes hydraulic oil special?
Speaking in Istanbul, Alexander Novak, Russia’s energy minister, has denied there may be a need to cut or freeze production levels in OPEC countries and Continue reading No need to cut oil supplies, says Novak
The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) has issued a stark warning to some of the world’s leading oil producers to cut down their reliance on energy revenue. The Continue reading IEA warns top oil producers
Reuters reports having seen an internal document prepared by OPEC’s Vienna headquarters for a technical panel. It reveals that it and its partners are facing difficulties in delivering the output increases agreed in Continue reading OPEC struggling to achieve oil boost