Log in to access content and manage your profile. If you do not have a login you can register here.
Compromise between member states and Parliament aims to slow growth of biofuel that displaces food crops and causes land use change.
Foreign ministers are meeting in Budapest to discuss a possible collaboration on the Russian-backed pipeline project.
Member states and the European Parliament have reached a moderate agreement on biofuel, but there is still much to be discussed.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 15:42 CET
New approaches to energy supply in the European Union will have to be developed in terms of inward energy routes, cross-border energy partnerships and new technologies.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 05:47 CET
Bulgarian Energy Holding is accused of abusing its dominant position over gas infrastructure to exclude rival operators.
Published on 26.03.2015 / 05:25 CET
Russia and Ukraine resume talks on gas supplies, with Ukraine now more dependent on European distributors than on Gazprom.
Published on 25.03.2015 / 15:28 CET
MEPs seek consensus on reforming EU biofuel rules, but time is not on their side.
Published on 23.03.2015 / 17:18 CET
A meeting tomorrow is the last scheduled round of negotiations, but MEPs want additional talks.
Published on 19.03.2015 / 23:38 CET
Gas contracts with Russia should be transparent and in line with EU energy security goals.
Published on 19.03.2015 / 04:20 CET
Protesters cal for a referendum to clamp down on corruption and for greatertransparency in public
Published on 13.03.2015 / 11:45 CET
Euratom finds that the exclusive provision of fuel from Russia for a new nuclear power plant in Paks violates diversification requirements.
Published on 12.03.2015 / 13:52 CET
E.ON blames German government policies for making its fossil-fuel business unprofitable.
Published on 05.03.2015 / 17:54 CET
Pro-nuclear countries are upset at its absence from European Commission's energy union strategy, and want a new package for nuclear funding.