Richard Weyndling

14 Nov 2022 | Richard Weyndling
NeoGreen Portugal - a joint venture between Canadian NeoGreen Hydrogen and Portuguese solar developer Frequent Summer - will invest over...
31 Oct 2022 | Richard Weyndling
An international coalition of NGOs and trade unions have urged Spain to join European counterparts in...
Europe needs to guarantee a future supply of hydrocarbons and a strong industrial base to ensure a just energy transition but...
An explosion at the Iniciativas Bioenergéticas biodiesel plant at Calahorra in northern Spain has killed two people and prompted the evacuation of the...
19 May 2022 | Richard Weyndling
Economic turbulence and the spike in the price of raw materials could slow down a roll-out of electric vehicles, although the market for battery-powered cars in Europe could soon be underpinned by an agreement...
17 May 2022 | Richard Weyndling
The approval yesterday and today by the ENVI committee of measures including a 50% cut in biofuels from food and feed...
28 Apr 2022 | Richard Weyndling
The EU’s sustainable aviation fuel regulation will not include a 100% target for SAF in 2050 although the European parliament is likely to back this objective...
15 Mar 2022 | Richard Weyndling
The governments of Spain and the Balearic Islands have inaugurated Spain's first green hydrogen electrolyser in...
21 Feb 2022 | Richard Weyndling
Cepsa, Spain’s second largest oil company, has formed an alliance with the...
27 Jan 2022 | Richard Weyndling
Question marks remain over the likely final production capacity of recently-announced project plans from Spanish oil giants Repsol...
25 Jan 2022 | Richard Weyndling
Spain’s second largest oil company, CEPSA, and principal airline, Iberia, have...
30 Dec 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain’s biofuels sector is looking for greater clarity in 2022 on regulations related to feedstocks, while advanced biofuels and...
8 Nov 2021 | Richard Weyndling
A basic climate law approved by Portugal's parliament late last week has mandated the creation of a nationwide scheme for...
27 Sep 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain has backed blending quotas for advanced biofuels up to 2030 and gives an inspection role to the fuel reserve corporation Cores on green electricity and biofuels feedstocks...
23 Sep 2021 | Richard Weyndling
A consortium made up of Spain’s gas grid operator Enagas, gas and electricity supplier Naturgy, and storage and logistics...
4 Aug 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Announcing a return to pre-pandemic production levels in second earnings results last week, Repsol’s chief executive Josu Jon Imaz said the company’s future will be based on twin pillars “of renewable generation...
12 Apr 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain’s lower house of parliament last week approved a long-awaited climate change law that includes amendments that extend targets for biofuels, e-fuels, hydrogen and biogas...
29 Mar 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Spain's largest fuels producer Repsol has renewed its call for a greater role for biofuels and synthetic fuels in the country’s climate change law that is about to be approved by parliament...
2 Mar 2021 | Richard Weyndling
Portuguese biofuels producer Prio and Spanish marine fuels supplier Petrogas have teamed up on the use of marine biodiesel...
Spanish energy major Repsol has undertaken to spend €300 million a year on developing unconventional energy products, a figure that could rise to €500 million...
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