Germany's Scholz blasts Putin's 'scorched earth' tactics, warns on gas price cap Russian President Vladimir Putin is using energy and hunger as weapons but has failed to break the West's unity and will not achieve his war aims through scorched earth tactics, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Thursday.
Qatar energy chief says oil and gas trade should be depoliticized
Saad al-Kaabi, the head of Qatar's state-run energy company, said on Monday all oil and gas trade should be depoliticized, calling for policies to move away from sanctions and anti-free market agreements.
EU energy ministers seek way forward for more energy unity
European Union energy ministers are seeking some common ground to flesh out the barest of tentative agreements that their leaders could find last week to soften the blow of the energy crisis while maintaining a united front during Russia’s war in Ukrain
Breakingviews - Time for Europe to tame its energy cravings
The European Union is scrambling to make gas more affordable. After paying through the nose to rebuild emergency reserves, EU leaders will consider whether to introduce flexible price caps, club purchases and even a new trading benchmark in a bid to lowe
EU makes caveat-filled progress on energy price cap
Leaders found a classic EU outcome on Thursday: some advances, some concessions and promises of much more talking.
EU leaders set for summit squabble over energy crunch solutions
European Union leaders went into their second summit in two weeks on Thursday to find solutions to the energy crunch they all face, but a rift over whether to put a ceiling on gas prices set the stage for a long night of testy talks.
EU summit divided over capping price paid for wholesale gas
Prospects of deal seem distant, with Germany and Netherlands fearing any cap could backfire
EU Summit: Leaders meet to hash out new measures to curb gas prices
Discussions will focus on capping gas prices, joint purchases, solidarity rules and common financing to tackle the energy crisis. #EuropeNews