Rappler's latest stories on energy
Four Necessity Valve Turners says its members cut through a fence on Monday, February 4, to enter an Enbridge Energy facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan
While oil companies will lower prices, the rollback will be offset by the excise tax hike under the TRAIN law
Oil companies say the hike is due to price movements in the international market
The Department of Energy cites weak sentiments in the Asian gasoline market amid excess regional supply
Oil companies will hike diesel prices by P0.70 per liter and gasoline by P0.80 per liter amid price movements in the global market
DOE chief Alfonso Cusi warns oil industry players that applying the 2019 tax rates on 2018 oil stocks may lead to company closure and even estafa charges
Gas production remains the top the priority for Qatar, which is the world's the biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas
KOFPH partners with First Gen to power four more Coca-Cola bottling facilities with clean energy
Dennis Uy's Phoenix Petroleum and China National Offshore Oil Corporation team up to build an LNG import terminal in Batangas. Their tandem is the lone applicant, so far.
'The electricity sector is experiencing its most dramatic transformation since its creation more than a century ago,' says the International Energy Agency
This is part of the European Union's P3.6-billion sustainable energy project in the Philippines
'I'll give you about towards the end of the year. You have to upgrade your source of energy kasi 'pag hindi, hanap ako ng may pera talaga. 'Yung China nangangati kamay niyan,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in a speech in Puerto Princesa City
An international team of scientists finds that predatory raptor birds are 4 times rarer in areas of plateau where wind turbines are present
The project faces opposition from residents and environmental groups in La Union
PXP Energy, a company which has interests in the West Philippine Sea, says it will use the money raised from the deal to fund oil exploration activities
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Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih says his country is ready to boost its crude oil production
Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi says electric cooperatives need the funds to provide 'efficient and sustainable services to the areas they serve'
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The site of the dam in the Batang Toru rainforest on Sumatra island is the only known habitat of the Tapanuli orangutan, a newly discovered species that numbers about 800 individuals in total
The inability to act today would mean irreparable damage to the lives of millions of Asians living in extremely climate-vulnerable regions
The energy sector accounts for 80% of global CO2 emissions, with most of the rest caused by deforestation and agriculture
'Only by shifting away from dirty energy – the leading cause of climate change – can Filipinos truly move from being tagged as victims of the climate towards being known as its protectors'
The US Energy Department says it will make it more difficult to ship nuclear technology to China, one of the few growing markets for new plants
A surge of new exploration efforts are underway in a nation that has some of the world's largest untapped sources of volcanic heat, but which relies on coal for half its electricity
'Wind beats coal by any environmental measure, but that doesn't mean that its impacts are negligible,' says a senior author of the study
The latest round of price increases brings common gasoline prices to around P59 to P62 per liter, and diesel prices to around P47.95 to P50.75 per liter
Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi says power providers and distributors are assessing the damage from Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut)
Special envoy Chung Eui-yong's delegation 'met with Chairman Kim Jong Un and delivered a personal letter (from Moon) and exchanged opinions,' a presidential office spokesman in Seoul says
Dorsey faces the energy and commerce committee on September 6, 1:30 am
Twitter CEO Dorsey faces the US House of Representatives to discuss his network's algorithms and the way it moderates its content against the backdrop of perceived bias against conservative views
The Environmental Protection Agency's new Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule would allow states the flexibility to set their own standards for performance at existing coal-fired power plants, rather than follow a single federal standard
An energy company is envisioning a world with net-zero emissions while keeping economies vibrant
French organizers Sun Trip have started such races in 2013 to promote renewable energy
Residents are urging the La Union provincial government to pass an anti-coal ordinance to stop the construction of a 670-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Luna town
Senate Majority Leader Miguel Zubiri says the bicameral conference committee on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law decided to adopt the Senate version on the matter
The Philippines, currently the world's 2nd top exporter of nickel, sees the shift toward electronic vehicles as an opportunity to grow
Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea says the Ombudsman's suspension of the commissioners is 'immediately executory'
The Court of Appeals junks the petition filed by Meralco and two Aboitiz subsidiaries seeking to dismiss a complaint filed by the Energy Regulatory Commission's investigating unit
The Energy Regulatory Commission questions the basis for the suspension and seeks a temporary restraining order from the Court of Appeals
Here are some of the main reactions so far
(3rd UPDATE) Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi declares a net worth of P1.355 billion in 2017, an increase of P1.19 billion from his net worth in 2016
With rising petroleum prices, the government is eyeing to revive a fuel subsidy program – which remains unaudited – for jeepney drivers towards the end of 2018
The Masbate provincial government will no longer authorize the development or operation of any coal-fired power plant
The Energy Regulatory Commission approves a higher feed-in-tariff allowance (FIT-All) rate, which appears as a separate line item in electricity bills
Environmental groups say the city government has to carefully study its multibillion-peso deal with AustWorks Corporation
'It’s a dream come true for all of us here,' says Park Superintendent Elizabeth Maclang of the power plant which is expected to be operational by 2019
The group says the 'sweeping' temporary restraining order earlier issued by the Supreme Court 'has given monopolies like Meralco the advantage'
City Administrator and Legal Officer, Atty. Arnel Pedrosa, maintains the planned facility will not pose harm to the environment, as was claimed by the coalition No Burn Pilipinas (NBP)