All articles by Alfie Shaw

Alfie Shaw

Turkey to reopen oil pipeline with Iraq

The pipeline has been closed for six months after it was ruled that Turkey was transporting oil without Iraq’s approval.

UK backs Xlinks subsea cable to Morocco

The cable will provide the UK with renewable energy from Morocco in what the government has called a “project of national significance”.

Rosebank oilfield approved by regulators

The UK’s largest untapped oilfield has been approved amid widespread backlash from climate protestors.

Russia using European tankers for oil transport despite price cap: report

Despite a Western ban on insuring tankers carrying oil above a set price, Russia continues to use European and “shadow” tankers.

Mexico set to open first floating LNG plant in coming weeks

Earlier in June, New Fortress Energy was granted a permit by Mexico’s Ministry of Energy to export up to 7.8 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas until April 2028.

UK turns to Egypt for renewable energy imports

The UK is looking to import wind and solar energy from Egypt via subsea cables.

Russian oil exports surge 50% despite sanctions

Western sanctions appear ill-equipped to prevent Russian oil supplies reaching other parts of the world.

ONEOK to acquire Magellan Midstream Partners for $18.8bn

The acquisition will create one of the largest US energy pipeline companies.

Oil price reaches $95 per barrel for first time in ten months

The price rise is caused by supply cuts from Saudi Arabia and Russia and a resurgence in Chinese demand.

Chevron’s Wheatstone plant resumes production

A turbine trip disrupted output last Thursday, as strike action continues.