The UN climate talks in Poland have agreed rules on how nations can cut greenhouse gas emissions but environmentalists and
Three institutional shareholders in Faroe Petroleum have sold a slice of their shares before a hostile bid for the oil
Institutional investors concerned about climate change have asked governments to set tougher policies at the COP24 conference in the Polish
Attempts to adopt a high-profile scientific study into the COP24 climate talks in the Polish city of Katowice have failed.
Governments and employers gathered in the Polish industrial city of Katowice for COP24, the annual UN climate change conference, have
Climate negotiators in Poland have been told in a report by the Global Carbon Project (GCP) that emissions of carbon
A total of 16 European energy providers, including France’s EDF, German firm Eon and Ørsted in Denmark, have proposed a
Shares in Faroe Petroleum rose more than 25 per cent after its largest shareholder launched a £608-million takeover bid for
French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has fallen to a new low, according to opinion polling, amid protests against a planned
Oil prices are entering an “unprecedented period of uncertainty”, warned the boss of the International Energy Agency (IEA) as Brent
The UK’s richest man, Jim Ratcliffe, who is heavily pro-Brexit, is hoping to extend his grip on the North Sea
Despite talk of diplomatic pressure on Russia, European Union leaders continue to visit Russian President Vladimir Putin, foreign direct investment
The Spanish company Ingelia says it has developed a process to produce biocarbon fuel pellets using sewage which burn like
This week’s oil and gas sanctions on Iran are bringing extra domestic pressure on the Islamist regime, say regional observers.
Profits at Royal Dutch Shell rose by more than 50 per cent to US$5.6 billion in the third quarter because