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By Miles O'Brien, Will Toubman
Families are looking forward with dread as winter approaches with high energy costs and tight fuel supplies.
By David Sharp, Associated Press
European leaders are turning to Africa for more natural gas as they try to replace Russian energy amid the war in Ukraine.
By Krista Larson, Associated Press
The agreement would mark a major breakthrough in relations between the two countries, which formally have been at war since Israel's establishment in 1948.
By Ilan Ben Zion, Associated Press
European Union leaders are struggling to bridge significant differences over a natural gas price cap as winter approaches and Russia's war on Ukraine fuels an energy crisis.
By Lorne Cook, Karel Janicek, Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
By Lorne Cook, Jan M. Olsen, Associated Press
European companies are ramping up security around pipelines and energy prices are climbing again as the suspected sabotage of two pipelines that deliver natural gas from Russia underscored the vulnerability of Europe’s energy infrastructure and prompted the EU to warn of possible…
In our news wrap Tuesday, voting orchestrated by the Kremlin and rejected by most other countries concluded in Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine, natural gas leaks along Russian pipelines in the Baltic Sea trigger questions of possible sabotage and the U.S.
By Associated Press
Israel's prime minister has vowed to begin production at a contested Mediterranean natural gas field "as soon as it is possible." The comments by Yair Lapid threaten to raise tensions with Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group.
In our news wrap Tuesday, rising humidity slowed the spread of the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park as a new heat wave scorches the Pacific Northwest, heavy rains inundated the St. Louis area, the Senate is set to…
By Raf Cassert, Associated Press
On the eve of an emergency meeting to discuss plans to cut gas use by 15 percent over the coming months, envoys on Monday were still brokering a possible compromise that should keep all 27 nations in line.
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