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The bottom has fallen out of fuel demand as airlines around the world ground flights and millions of people are
US oil output from the Permian Basin is expected to rise next month, according to government figures, helping to push
UK coal use is under increasing scrutiny despite claims that the country went a fortnight last year without generating any
US oil producers are cutting budgets for new operations which will mean fewer operations and jobs across the country with
Monday’s oil-price crash could knock numerous US shale oil producers out of business, according to observers. High-cost US shale operators
Wind and solar projects will soon produce cheaper power in every major global market than coal-fired plants, according to the
North Sea producer Premier Oil says it will cut its spending programme by at least US$100 million this year as
In an example of “woke capitalism”, online empire Amazon says it is investing in renewable energy projects as it targets
Russia’s only pipe-laying vessel equipped with a dynamic positioning system, the tiny Akademik Cherskiy, is travelling from the Pacific coast
Saudi Arabia’s energy ministry has told oil giant Saudi Aramco to boost its production capacity from 12 million barrels per
Occidental Petroleum has cut quarterly dividends to investors for the first time in 30 years after Monday’s oil price crash.
The European Commission has unveiled plans for an industrial strategy based on hydrogen production that include a “Clean Hydrogen Alliance”
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Saudi Aramco shares have fallen below their initial public offering (IPO) level amid the crude oil price war and the