Emily Gosden, The Times of London

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Recent articles by Emily:

Russia accused of Nord Stream sabotage over gas leaks in Baltic Sea

Russia has been accused of blowing up two of its own gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea with the aim of destabilising Europe in the midst of its energy war.The pip → Read More

Banks plan relocation and homeworking amid blackout threat

Banks are drawing up contingency plans to cope with the threat of rolling blackouts in Britain this winter.They are discussing how best to cope with the risk of load shedding, or organised power cuts, amid fears that the energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could leave National Gr → Read More

Gas and power prices retreat from highs as EU plans intervention

Gas and power prices have fallen back from record highs as European leaders draw up measures to cap them and after Germany said its gas storage sites were filli → Read More

Energy price cap: UK bills to rise to £3,549 a year in October — follow latest

Key momentsEnergy prices rise by 80 per cent for 20 million households Wholesale gas and electricity costs soaring Why are energy bills rising?Energy p → Read More

Russia pushes gas prices to new high

Gas prices surged to new record highs yesterday as Russia prepared to halt supplies through a crucial pipeline to Europe.Prices for wholesale gas for the coming winter in Britain rose to as much as 719p per therm and were still trading at more than 680p per therm last night, more than 13 times highe → Read More

Blackouts on way unless we act now, say experts

The government must act urgently to reduce the risk of blackouts this winter by getting households and businesses to use less energy, leading experts say.Minis → Read More

How ready is Britain for a gas crisis this winter?

As Russia tightens the screw on gas supplies to Europe and amid growing fears of winter shortages, the government has stayed resolute in its insistence that the country’s energy is secure. “Unlike Europe, Britain isn’t dependent on Russian gas,” it has said. “The UK’s secure and diverse energy supp → Read More

Ofgem accused of ‘inhumane’ changes to energy price cap

Suppliers are now allowed to raise bills every three months, not six → Read More

Shell rewards staff with $500m bonus

The oil major Shell is to give $500 million to staff in extra bonuses after reporting its highest profits on record.The majority of its 82,000 global workforce → Read More

Gas shortages to send energy bills close to £4,000

Energy bills could hit £3,850 a year by January after Russia further curbed gas supplies to Europe, sending wholesale prices for this winter soaring to all-time → Read More

Russia sends UK gas prices soaring again

Gas prices in Britain surged yesterday to highs not seen since March after Russia further curtailed supplies to Europe, just as European Union leaders agreed a weakened emergency plan to curb demand. UK wholesale gas prices for the month ahead rose by 17 per cent to more than 375p a therm — four tim → Read More

‘Really high gas prices’ loom for UK as Europe faces winter rationing

Europe may have to ration energy this winter if Russia cuts off the gas while Britain will also face “really, really high prices”, senior energy leaders have warned.The bosses of Shell and National Grid’s electricity system operator (ESO) both issued stark warnings about the bleak winter ahead, afte → Read More

Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk folds under sanctions weight

Petropavlovsk is filing for administration after being crippled by the fallout of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.Shares in the Russian gold miner were suspended from trading on the London Stock Exchange today as it said that it had resolved to file a High Court application to appoint administrators.Th → Read More

Energy bills to hit £3,300 this winter

Energy bills are on course to exceed £3,300 this winter, deepening the cost of living crisis for millions of people.The price cap limiting standard tariffs for → Read More

Hard-up families will be paid to use less electricity

National Grid hopes voluntary rationing will avert winter blackouts → Read More

Diesel’s ‘days are numbered’ as a full tank passes £100

The cost of refuelling a typical diesel car has passed £100 after prices at the pump hit new highs, motoring groups say.The price of a litre of diesel average → Read More

Independent public body to keep the lights on in Britain

Responsibility for keeping the lights on in Britain will move from National Grid to a new independent public body by 2024, under government plans confirmed toda → Read More

Why are oil prices rising and what does it mean for me?

What has happened to oil and gas prices today?The price of wholesale oil and gas, already at near record highs at the end of last week, have surged again. Gas p → Read More

Oil and gas prices surge over supply fears

Oil and gas prices soared yesterday on fears of disruption to Russian supplies as the Ukraine conflict intensified.Brent crude, the global benchmark oil price, rose as much as 8 per cent to $113 a barrel last night, a high not seen since the summer of 2014, as increasing numbers of western companies → Read More

Gas prices near record high amid doubts over Russian supplies

Gas prices spiked close to all-time highs this morning amid fears that Russian supplies to Europe may be disrupted and as traders scrambled to find alternative → Read More