According to Gazprom executives, the company has about 100 billion cubic metres of spare production capacity  , equivalent to almost a quarter of its production and about 3 per cent of world output.

With the prospect of a wave of US liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies starting to hit the market later this year, energy investors fear the Russian s(...)

Ukrainian prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk:  his country now has sufficient fuel in storage and can buy gas more cheaply from Europe. Photograph: Andrew Kravchenko/AP Photo

Ukraine has stopped buying gas from Russia and barred Russian airliners from its airspace, as tension between the neighbours increased over an energy (...)

A file image of Fifa president Sepp Blatter.  Photograph: PA

Four of Fifa’s leading sponsors – Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Visa and Budweiser – have demanded that its embattled president, Sepp Blatter, step down imm(...)

Gazprom  shares fell as much as 2.4 per cent as the US announced sanctions against one of the company’s largest offshore fields late on Friday. Photograph: Maxim Shemetov/Reuters

US sanctions against the world’s biggest natural gas producer soured a surprise 71 per cent surge in profit at Gazprom PJSC to push its shares lower i(...)

Apple’s logo outside its Irish campus. The company’s tax arrangementsin Ireland are the subject of an EU investigation. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Until a few months ago, the medieval town of Athenry in County Galway owed its fame mainly to a song. Irish rugby and football fans often burst into (...)

Pipelines  at a gas compressor station in Sudzha in Russia’s Kursk region. Trilateral talks in Vienna ended in deadlock  after the Russian and Ukrainian energy ministers failed to reach an agreement on gas prices for the third quarter of the year. Photograph: Gleb Garanich/Reuters

Natural gas trade between Russia and Ukraine broke down on Wednesday after talks between the two sides aimed at keeping supplies flowing for the comin(...)

Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of state gas giant Gazprom, said  that since the start of 2015 it had been selling in renminbi all of its oil for export down the East Siberia Pacific Ocean pipeline to China. Photograph: Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters

Gazprom Neft, Russia’s third-largest oil producer, is now settling all of its crude sales to China in renminbi, in the most clear sign yet that Wester(...)

Gazprom statement on Wednesday says net income shrank to 159 billion rubles ($3 billion) in 2014 from 1.14 trillion rubles the previous year. Picture: Reuters.

Gazprom, Russia’s natural-gas exporter, said profit fell 86 per cent on soaring foreign exchange losses, while the ruble collapse helped it generate r(...)

European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager’s accusations have launched a legal dispute that could result in multibillion-euro fines for Gazprom. Photograph: Victor J Blue/Bloomberg

Europe’s anti-trust regulator has accused Russia’s massive gas monopoly, Gazprom, of unfair pricing practices in Moscow’s former satellite states of e(...)

Alexis Tsipras met the head of Russia’s state-owned gas company Gazprom on Tuesday amid signs a commitment to building a joint pipeline between the Black Sea and Greece may be in the offing. Photograph: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to discuss the escalating Greek standoff with German chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow in Brussels, ah(...)