The government’s lame excuse is that fuel prices have gone up in the global market. That is not true. Oil prices are falling in the global market, not rising
The politicians are highly obsessed with the GDP of the country. Despite the experts telling them repeatedly to keep away from the delusion of GDP, the politicians do not care about it as there is no ...
Shouting over the clanging of machinery, Gerd Roeders is reluctantly preparing for the temporary shutdown of his German aluminium foundry to survive Europe’s growing gas crunch
The government hopes that increasing fuel prices will lead to savings, but better results would be yielded if it took into consideration people's sufferings and the pressure on the economy
Reiterating that Bangladesh will never be like Sri Lanka, he mentioned that the government is not hiding anything regarding the country’s foreign currency and everything is visible to everyone
Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury said Ukraine crisis has disrupted the world's energy supply chain. Government has come up with electricity rationing to deal with this situation. The initiative has been ...
Gas production in three gas fields with the largest reserves is in decline. However, the production of a gas field with comparatively low reserve has multiplied
In normal times they would perhaps have stopped at that but faced with runaway prices and pressure from Washington, this scenario is viewed as unlikely
Natural gas has emerged as a weapon of war between Russia and Europe since Moscow's February 24 invasion of Ukraine
The government has entered a business model that spells doom to the people, said Professor M Shamsul Alam, speaking to Prothom Alo in a recent interview
Europe fears Russia could extend scheduled maintenance to restrict European gas supply further, throwing plans to fill storage for winter into disarray and heightening a gas crisis that has prompted ...
Putin’s 24 February invasion of Ukraine and the West’s imposition of the most severe sanctions in modern history have undermined the assumptions of the energy and commodities markets - while crimping ...
The system allows for mutual assistance from other EU countries, but could also mean a start to rationing supplies
Bankrupt Sri Lanka will reserve a portion of its scarce fuel supplies for the cremation of Buddhists, whose funeral rites have been disrupted during a dire economic crisis