Should the EU get tough on the gas network codes?
10th November 2016 by

Following the recent publication of the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators’ (ACER)...

Yahoo switch an example of increased fragmentation to come
5th August 2016 by

Friday 5 August will be the end of an era for energy traders that have relied on the Yahoo messenger...

Commission’s about-turn reassures gas shippers
25th May 2016 by

The European Commission’s latest update to EU gas capacity allocation mechanism laws is an encoura...

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...

Gas industry struggles to prepare for changing rules amid tariffs storm
4th March 2016 by

Knowing how to prepare for going outside during winter months feels, at times, impossible to predict...

Proposal could shine bigger light on EU policy development
19th May 2015 by

The European Commission has said in the future it will look to make draft texts of its implemented a...

Madrid Forum presentations published
9th October 2014 by

The European Commission has published the presentations for next week’s Madrid Forum – a...

Scotland and the UK energy markets
18th September 2014 by

The future of Scotland is up for grabs on Thursday as voters decide if it should remain  part of th...

Britain’s Ofgem to consult on REMIT guidance
15th August 2014 by

British energy regulator Ofgem has said it will consult on changing its procedural guidelines and ho...

Energy regulation – what lurks beneath
11th August 2014 by

When a deal was hammered out between EU lawmakers that exempted physical power and gas trades from c...