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A 14-point plan for energy security

The Government has indicated that it is preparing a new white paper on energy security, which is now expected to be published later this week. It is widely expected to include a renewed focus on nuclear power and exploitation [...]

06 April 2022|

Is Gazprom Energy on the verge of collapse?

Last week I wrote about the pressure UK businesses and public sector organisations are facing in relation to their energy supply agreements with Gazprom Energy and Gazprom Marketing & Trading (“GMT”). Some organisations such as Centrica have announced they [...]

22 March 2022|

Energy policy in a time of conflict

As the illegal war in the Ukraine continues, there is a growing discussion about the need to move away from a reliance on Russian commodities in the energy market, which presents new challenges to energy policy. The timing could [...]

10 March 2022|

Can Norway be the battery of Europe?

In October, the 1,400 MW interconnector between Britain and Norway, known as the North Sea Link, began commercial operations. The €1.6 billion project is a joint venture between National Grid and Norwegian system operator Statnett. Unlike the other markets with [...]

01 February 2022|

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