Beijing's crude imports from Russia jumped by 55pc on last year
Suppliers may struggle to keep pace with demand next year, says International Energy Agency
Figures show France received €900m worth of Kremlin gas while bombs rained down on Ukraine in the past two months
Plan to travel to the kingdom came after the US president previously called for it to be made a ‘pariah state’
Plus: Opec ramps up production as Biden increases pressure
Ban on insuring tankers of Russian oil is a severe blow to the Kremlin
Fracking was wrongly demonised by an unholy alliance of the Kremlin and Green activists
Addressing the bloc's leaders, the Ukraine president says it is 'high time that all the quarrels inside Europe stop'
Diplomats accuse Berlin of hijacking talks in order to secure wider concessions that would benefit its own economy
Elon Musk is right to attack the 'phony social justice warriors' shunning oil stocks
The European Commission is considering removing the ban on Russian oil from the latest round of sanctions due to opposition from Budapest
BP chief executive may live to regret calling his company a 'cash machine'
Officials have to rip up plans after intensive lobbying from shipping superpower Greece as well as Malta and Cyprus
Alternative oils including flaxseed and avocado are on the rise, but how healthy are they – and are we using them correctly?
More than 30 climate activists charged after causing significant disruption at the Nustar Clydebank facility in West Dunbartonshire
The EU's energy embargo is set to be the decisive blow against Russia’s depleted army
Climate change activists block access to the Nustar Clydebank facility by climbing on top of tankers
Business Secretary says the tax 'doesn't make sense' despite the Chancellor saying earlier in the week that it remains on the table
Berlin has much more to do to restore its international credibility
Two facilities in Bryansk believed to have been hit by Ukrainian missiles or sabotage teams in south-western city
Le Creuset, John Lewis and chefs all warn it burns too quickly and damages the surface of kitchenware
There is a growing gap between rhetoric and reality on the vast trade of Russian oil
Ukrainian government says it's 'deplorable' that companies 'will continue to bankroll Putin's war machine'
Fresh forecasts from the IMF lay bare the economic blow to be dealt to the region due to its reliance on Russian energy
A new energy order based on cheap desert solar will undercut and replace Opec and Russia's oil hegemony
Fathi Bashagha says his country can supply UK with resources it needs if the West helps to rebuild his country after years of war
Catherine Maclean must pay £409 in fines and costs after participating in a demonstration at an oil terminal in Thurrock last Wednesday
While gas remains a sticking point, the country ‘indicated an awareness that oil will probably be part of a sixth package’ of sanctions