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Russia warns nuclear plant’s radioactive material could cover Europe

Ukrainian Emergency Ministry rescuers attend an exercise in the city of Zaporizhzhia on August 17, 2022, in case of a possible nuclear incident at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant located near the city. Dimitar Dilkoff | AFP | Getty ImagesRussia's Ministry of Defense warned...

Germany ahead of schedule on natgas supplies

European governments are scrambling to fill underground storage with gas supplies to provide households with enough fuel to keep homes warm during winter.Picture Alliance | Picture Alliance | Getty ImagesGermany's natural gas storage facilities surpassed a fill level of more than 75% this...

Pioneer CEO says the oil company will keep returning most of its cash flow to investors

"I think the growth days are over for the industry," Pioneer's Scott Sheffield told Jim Cramer on Wednesday. (Source)

London to face water restrictions from next week, Thames Water says

A man walks in Greenwich Park, London, on August 14, 2022. On August 17, Thames Water said a Temporary Use Ban covering London and the Thames Valley would begin next week.Dominic Lipinski | PA Images | Getty ImagesLONDON — Britain's Thames Water said...

Japan support for nuclear restart is highest since Fukushima disaster

In a first for Japan since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011, public support for a nuclear restart is now at more than 60%, said a former executive director of the International Energy Agency, citing a possible energy shortage and a "very cold...

OPEC not to blame for soaring inflation

Haitham Al Ghais (pictured on the right) was appointed for a three-year term as OPEC's Secretary-General on Jan. 3 earlier this year.Yasser Al-zayyat | Afp | Getty ImagesNew OPEC Secretary-General Haitham Al Ghais said Wednesday that the influential producer group is not to...