Russia begins drilling at major Arctic oil reserve

Russia begins drilling at major Arctic oil reserve

Operations at what could become the largest oil field in the Arctic began on June 13 when Russia’s Neftegazholding began drilling at Payakha, in northern...
Global energy bosses send Trump a message: world needs Russian gas

Global energy bosses send Trump a message: world needs Russian gas

MOSCOW — Global energy bosses assembled in Moscow on Wednesday said the world needed Russian gas to keep the lights on, in a clear...
Senate set to confirm ex-lobbyist Bernhardt as Interior chief

Senate set to confirm ex-lobbyist Bernhardt as Interior chief

The U.S. Senate is set to confirm former energy lobbyist David Bernhardt as the next Interior Secretary on Thursday, even as coastal state senators...
A US federal judge throws out the approval of a major new oil project in Alaska’s Arctic

A US federal judge throws out the approval of a major...

A federal judge on Wednesday reversed the U.S. government's approval of ConocoPhillips' planned $6 billion Willow oil development in Alaska's Arctic, citing problems with...
Canada’s western Arctic waters are set to see better marine monitoring

Canada’s western Arctic waters are set to see better marine monitoring

By this spring, communities in Canada's western Arctic will have a better handle on just who is passing through their waters. From a geofence that...
Developers plan several more floating reactors for Russia’s East Arctic coast

Developers plan several more floating reactors for Russia’s East Arctic coast

Russia's state-owned nuclear power company Rosatom intends to build five floating nuclear power plants in the Chukotka Peninsula to serve several mining projects in...
The first Arctic decree from Russia’s new prime minister is about oil

The first Arctic decree from Russia’s new prime minister is about...

Three days after he was announced as Russia’s new prime minister, Mikhail Mishustin granted Gazprom Neft the right to develop the Khambateyskoye oil and...
Quiet in Norwegian Arctic port as reloading of Russian Arctic LNG ends

Quiet in Norwegian Arctic port as reloading of Russian Arctic LNG...

After several million tons of liquefied natural gas from Russia's Yamal project were reloaded in the waters outside Honningsvåg, in northern Norway, during the course...
As Norway’s North Sea fields wind down, the replacement remains a day away

As Norway’s North Sea fields wind down, the replacement remains a...

Norway’s oil and gas industry will see increased exploration and investment in the coming year, but the majority will...
New information about Alaska’s Arctic mystery well might not have a big impact in the ANWR drilling debate

New information about Alaska’s Arctic mystery well might not have a...

For decades, there has been no shortage of speculation and just a few scraps of public information about the only oil well ever drilled...