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The Italian energy company Eni SpA has announced it has discovered a "super giant" natural gas field off Egypt, describing it as the largest ever found in the Mediterranean Sea.
The state asset sell-off of three New Zealand energy companies has meant the taxpayer is almost $900 million worse off, the Green Party says.
Labour MP Stuart Nash has renewed his call for an inquiry into petrol prices.
Mighty River Power is paying a special dividend to shareholders while reporting lower underlying earnings.
Solid Energy creditors have opted against forming a committee at the first meeting of those with an interest in the troubled state coal miner.
Annual profit for the country's largest electricity and gas retailer Genesis Energy has jumped 113pct to $104.8M.
Solid Energy workers are on tenterhook ahead of a first meeting of creditors after customer Genesis Energy walked away.
Genesis Energy has confirmed it will terminate its coal supply contract with state-owned coal miner Solid Energy, but it isn't worrying the Energy and Resources Minister.
The Australian government's negative attitude to renewable energy means New Zealand's Meridian Energy sees no opportunities to build new wind-farms there in the near future, chief executive Mark Binns says.
Google has got a good look at your roof, and can tell you if it is worth the investment to install solar energy panels.
The Greens say 100 percent renewable energy generation is possible and the Government should set a target.
As Phil Pryke prepares to seek re-election to Contact Energy's board he reflects on how he would have done some things differently.
Power supplier Contact Energy will close a power station in Auckland next month in favour of renewable forms of electricity, and may shed 26 jobs.
The Government is open to joint ventures with state-owned businesses it says are not for sale but are facing challenges.
Solid Energy workers are breathing a sigh of relief that they haven't lost their jobs - but there is speculation over who'll buy the company's assets and who caused the financial strife.
As far as energy sources go, coal has got to be the diva of the bunch, and despite its old-school feel, coal is still very much around.
Solid Energy has admitted defeat today, announcing it'll go into voluntary administration, selling down its profitable assets.
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