Republicans tout the benefits of fossil fuels in climate talks

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) — Members of the Republican congressional delegation took the stage Friday at this year’s United Nations climate talks to explain the benefits of fossil fuels — a bold move at a meeting to curb carbon emissions for profit. humanity. Scientists agree that greenhouse gas emissions from the burning of coal, oil … Read more

Fear of Russia’s threat to Norway’s energy infrastructure

STAVANGER, Norway (AP) — Norwegian oil and gas workers typically see nothing more frightening than North Sea storms falling on steel legs on the beach. But lately they’ve noticed a more disturbing sight: unidentified drones buzzing in the sky. Norway replacing Russia As Europe’s main source of natural gas, military experts suspect the drones are … Read more

Top 10 world news: Poland discusses nuclear sharing with US, OPEC+ cuts oil production and more.

According to a Bloomberg report, Polish President Andrzej Duda has spoken with the United States and discussed the idea of ​​stockpiling weapons of mass destruction. The OPEC+ oil production cuts could push oil prices higher. Three months ago, it dropped from $120 to $90. Click on the headings to read more: Poland Approaches US About … Read more

Europe is facing an unprecedented risk of gas shortages, the IEA said.

Europe faces an “unprecedented threat” to its natural gas supplies after Russia cut off most of its pipelines this summer. And competition with Asia for the scarce and expensive liquefied natural gas shipped in could grow, according to the International Energy Agency. In its quarterly gas report released on Monday, the Paris-based IEA said EU … Read more

Power out, ovens out: Europe prepares for winter energy crisis.

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — As Europe enters winter in an energy crisisOffices are getting colder. Monuments and historical buildings are in darkness. Bakers who do not have the capacity to heat their ovens They are talking about abandonment, but fruit and vegetable growers are faced with letting greenhouses sit idle. In poor Eastern Europe, people … Read more

Energy Mutodi is enrolled in a diplomatic course at a top UK university

Sources have confirmed that former Information Minister Dr. Energy Mutodi is in England for a short diplomacy course at the University of Birmingham. After attending the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Zanu PF politician enrolled in a public school for Diplomats Course in International Conflict and International Cooperation sponsored by the Commonwealth … Read more

Military build-up, civil defense worry Taiwan as China looms.

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Chris Chen, a military captain in Taiwan, spent a lot of time during a weeklong training session for reservists in June. Waiting for conference, waiting for lunch, waiting for training, there is. The course, part of Taiwan’s efforts It was crowded with 200 guards for one teacher to prevent a Chinese … Read more

Germany wins on energy security; Russia cuts gas to France.

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Tuesday that his country is well-prepared to deal with energy shortages caused by Russia’s increased supply of gas to Europe.This is despite rising fears of price hikes that could hit consumers across the continent this winter. He was speaking at the start of a two-day government retreat … Read more

Italy’s natural gas reserves are 80% full, with prices at record highs

Milan (AP) – Italy’s pressure to quickly reduce its dependence on Russian natural gas It has made the country less vulnerable to supply disruptions.Prime Minister Mario Draghi said on Wednesday that gas reserves will be 80% full before winter and are on track to hit 90% in October. Italy has reduced its dependence on Russian … Read more