Ashima is a staff journalist reporting on the global energy sector, with interests spanning across human rights, geopolitics, technology and climate resilience.
The pipeline was closed by Main Pass Oil Gathering Company (MPOG) last Thursday after crude oil was spotted around 19 miles offshore of the Mississippi River Delta.
This is the first-ever gas deal between Africa’s largest oil producer and Europe’s biggest gas consumer, signed at the G20 Compact with Africa conference in Berlin.
Since China reopened its economy after the zero-Covid policy, the world has reeled under two major energy shocks, from Russia-Ukraine and the Israel-Palestine wars. Ashima Sharma asks if oil markets can rely on China to steer consumption.
Finland’s investigators say they believe the damage to Balticconnector was caused by a Chinese vessel, NewNew Polar Bear.
The recovery in Shell’s share price is driven by higher commodity prices and changes in business strategy.
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Marcel Abeke was an executive of Eramet, the world’s largest producer of high-grade manganese ore, mined at the Moanda mine in Gabon.
The Yemen oil tanker crisis serves as a grim reminder of the environmental risks associated with oil spills in war-torn and disturbed regions. Ashima Sharma reports.
A report by the OCCRP reveals how the law in India was bypassed to loosen environmental regulations that benefit corporates.
The rise in yuan payments has given China an edge to internationalise its currency against the US dollar.
Ashima Sharma speaks to the founder of AI and machine learning consultancy Matra on the data inputs and interpretation techniques teaching tomorrow’s machines.