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Russia sticks by its threat to cut off gas supplies to Ukraine if it does not receive payment by the end of this week.
Ukraine and Russia trade accusations, while European Commission prepares anti-trust case against Gazprom.
Hungary may come in for criticism for strengthening its energy alliance with Russia.
Published on 26.02.2015 / 04:50 CET
The early results of new pipelines and new gas finds in the eastern Mediterranean are less predictability and stalled efforts to reunify Cyprus.
Published on 25.02.2015 / 18:32 CET
Politicians, stakeholders and environmentalists responded to today's energy union strategy positively but with a degree of scepticism about its real impact.
Published on 25.02.2015 / 15:50 CET
Commission strategy will give new impetus to infrastructure projects, but the real ambition won't be clear until actual proposals materialise.
Published on 24.02.2015 / 19:02 CET
MEPs unite to support a compromise that would see a market stability reserve introduced two years later than called for by Germany and the UK.
Published on 24.02.2015 / 17:29 CET
The environment committee has voted to maintain the European Parliament's original position and to give a mandate for second reading negotiations to start in the coming weeks.
Published on 24.02.2015 / 16:03 CET
Return to gas war of 2014 looms, with prospect of EU legal action against Russian energy giant.
Published on 24.02.2015 / 06:30 CET
Environment committee likely to support plan to bring forward the start of a market stability reserve for the ETS.
Published on 23.02.2015 / 17:30 CET
The European Commission is examining a nuclear deal between Hungary and Russia.
Published on 20.02.2015 / 17:02 CET
Latest draft makes no mention of a place for nuclear energy in Europe's future, but puts shale gas on an equal footing with renewable energy for increasing EU security.
Published on 19.02.2015 / 04:30 CET
Hungary’s prime minister tells Europe that its competitiveness depends on Russia during visit by Russia’s president.