The new energy order

21st July 2022


Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has added urgency to the net-zero transition as countries renew their focus on energy security and the geopolitical landscape changes forever. Chris Seekings reports

On the eve of World War I, Winston Churchill decided to convert the fuel used by the Royal Navy from domestic coal to imported oil, and ever since, energy security – the uninterrupted supply of afford

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