German economy minister says Commission action could lead to a trade dispute.
BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Statoil raided over concerns about price collusion.
Split over how to deal with impact caused by land-use change.
Lawmakers must set a positive agenda for growth and jobs.
Discussion on the knock-on effects of north American shale gas boom.
In first relaxation of sanctions, the EU allows trade in oil to rebel-controlled areas.
The EU should strengthen energy markets, not bureaucracies
It will take a lot of energy and enthusiasm for Ana Aguado to achieve the Friends of the Supergrid's principal aim of a pan-European electricity network
MEPs to vote on delaying auctioning of emissions allowances.
Positive signals givenat last meeting but international sanctions will not be suspended.
Rival reports dispute the effects of biofuel use
The European Union is being asked to introduce controversial rules allowing electricity grid operators to shut down consumers' refrigerators and washing machines remotely in the cause of more efficient use of energy.
A recent poll by Eurobarometer found that 74% of people are concerned about the possible effects of shale-gas extraction on air quality
There are reasons to hope for a better future for the island.
Scepticism over Commission's proposal to limit the amount of biofuel made from food crops.
Strategy paper to gauge stakeholder opinion.
The United States is shedding its troublesome dependence on imports of foreign energy at an accelerating pace. The consequences will transform the role that the US plays in the world.
Report says Commission should correct the failings of the emissions trading scheme.
The biofuel policy has become an expensive way of mitigating climate change and spurring green innovation
The EU wants to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and move away from fossil fuels, but hydrocarbons will remain a big part of EU energy supply
The EU and Canada are at loggerheads over the damage caused to the environment by oil sands, and neither side is prepared to give way
While some member states forge ahead with exploiting reserves of shale gas, others are banning the practice
Carbon capture and storage, once championed as providing a cleaner, brighter future for fossil fuels, has yet to live up to the promises made for it
The European petrochemicals industry wants recognition for being clean and innovative, not dirty and outdated
The EU's energy diplomacy will grow in importance and diversity – but still leave the EU vulnerable to shocks
ECJ says that European Commission's ETS allocation method was fair.
Commission investigation into alleged dumping of solar glass comes three months after start of a bigger case against Chinese makers of solar panels.
Western fortunes are rising, slowly but surely.