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UK leaves Energy Charter Treaty but risk of litigation remains

The UK government said in February that the country will leave the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) after the failure of efforts to align it with net zero, joining nine EU Member States including France, Spain and the Netherlands.

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Nigeria-Germany gas deal raises decarbonisation concerns

A new Nigeria-Germany gas export deal has raised concerns about potential impact on decarbonisation targets.

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Oil, gas licensing decision puts UK in tricky COP28 position

Just weeks before the start of COP28, the UK government approved the Offshore Petroleum Licensing bill, which envisages annual oil and gas licensing rounds.

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France rules out gas boiler ban, rows back on climate policy

In France, a gas boiler ban was introduced in 2022 for new buildings, but boilers are still used by more than 11 million sites for heating purposes.

Groningen gas

Dutch Groningen gas field shuts down permanently

The Groningen gas field was closed on the back of rising concerns related to earthquakes linked to production activity.

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UK net zero delay: has Sunak made a mistake?

Prime Minister Sunak’s decision to delay UK net zero targets could damage the nation's credibility as a global net zero leader, say experts.

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Private investment key in reducing German gas dependence: paper

Businesses could cut industrial natural gas consumption by more than 50 percent with investments of €9.5 billion, a new paper estimates.

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Methane import taxes could influence global LNG market

A new report finds that EU levies on imported methane could help clean up gas operations, but may also lead to a two-tiered global LNG market.