European energy prices looking weak heading into third quarter
12th July 2019 by

This article was written by Harriet Roberts. It discusses the findings of the ICIS European Energy M...

No alternative: Europe’s low-carbon energy transition will come of age in 2017
25th January 2017 by

“Alternative energy”. Is that still a common phrase? In some quarters, it is. In a recent New Yo...

A crazy week in UK power. But will the madness return this winter?
22nd September 2016 by

In recent days, UK power has been a crazy energy market to trade in. Late in the day on 14 September...

Take the city of Oxford to space, and other things you can do with the £33bn Hinkley Point subsidy pot
3rd August 2016 by

Energy news, often confined to the inside pages of UK national newspapers, led the front pages last ...

Brexit and UK energy investment – how long before the dust will settle?
5th July 2016 by

Following on from my colleague Fionn O’Raghallaigh’s excellent blog post on Brexit and financial...

Wire we waiting?
20th May 2016 by

In an event that went largely unnoticed save for a select handful of expert news services – ICIS i...

Project delays: When the line between parody and reality blurs, it’s time to make a decision
5th April 2016 by

Energy can be a dry topic. Sometimes, if I tell new people I’m an energy journalist a now-familiar...