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Houthis ban US, UK and Israel-linked vessels from sailing in Red Sea

In solidarity with the Palestinians, the Houthis' leader has also announced the use of “submarine weapons”.

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Blue hydrogen could contribute 50% more to global warming than fossil fuels

Even the use of green hydrogen, often hailed as entirely clean, could aggravate greenhouse gases (GHGs) currently sat in our atmosphere.

UK sanctions trader for trafficking in Russian oil

Paramount Energy & Commodities SA owner Niels Troost is one of 50 individuals and companies sanctioned in the UK Government’s latest attempt to limit the flow of funds into Russia.

Who are Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos?

As Ratcliffe becomes part-owner of Man Utd, attention turns to the environmental credentials of his petrochemical giant Ineos.

ExxonMobil considers Vaca Muerta assets sale in Argentina

The assets in the Vaca Muerta shale region considered for sale are estimated to be worth around $1bn (838.97bn pesos).

Pakistan approves first phase of Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline

The pipeline, which will bring natural gas from Iran’s South Paras Gas field, will help Pakistan boost its energy security.

Finnart oil pipeline to continue repairs into April

The Scottish Finnart pipeline usually transports oil to the Grangemouth refinery.

Production begins at Shell’s Rydberg project in Gulf of Mexico

The project is expected to reach an estimated peak production of 16,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd).