An Argentine woman holds up the country's flag
Argentina renationalises state oil company
By Alex Hern - 17 April 9:03

President Kirchner announces seizure of 51 per cent of the shares in YPF, majority owned by the Span

GDF Suez takes over International Power
By Emily Wight - 16 April 11:27

The French utilities company has bought up the remaining 30 per cent of the British energy firm.

Subsea operations at the Cascade and Chinook project in the Gulf of Mexico.
Technip secures €245m subsea contract from Chevron Australia
By New Statesman - 12 April 13:15

The partnership covers the development of the Wheatstone and Iago fields.

Petrol pandemonium
Petrol pandemonium
By Christian Jarrett - 31 March 10:38

The government has changed its advice, but why did we panic in the first place? A psychologist expla

BP joins the Ohio shale rush, leasing 84,000 acres
By New Statesman - 28 March 6:32

The oil producer snaps up a potentially huge US energy source.

Salamander’s production rates fall in 2011
By New Statesman - 26 March 15:48

But business improves for the UK energy company in its principal markets.

Bonuses, salary hikes: UK energy professionals are in the money
By New Statesman - 26 March 14:26

New survey shows that energy workers are better paid than those in other industries.

Army to supply fuel if tanker drivers strike
Army to supply fuel if tanker drivers strike
By Andrew McIntyre - 26 March 13:04

Government wants to avoid a repeat of the fuel protests in 2000.

Technip wins £500m subsea contract from BP
By New Statesman - 26 March 11:41

First oil targeted for Q4 2015.

Boeing, Airbus and Embraer to collaborate on aviation biofuels
By New Statesman - 23 March 14:54

“There are times to compete, and there are times to co-operate,” says Boeing CEO Jim Albaugh.

Shale gas: mining the data
By Anonymous - 22 March 14:59

In the early 1990s the oil and gas industry in Texas started to produce gas by drilling into deeply-buried shale layers.

Obama considers releasing oil reserves
Obama considers releasing oil reserves
By Alice Gribbin - 16 March 10:39

Despite talks with Cameron during Washington trip, the price of crude has since risen.

Iliana Portugues gets his hands dirty, Getty images.
New operations director for PNDC
By New Statesman - 14 March 14:34

Iliana Portugues is hired by the Power Networks Demonstration Centre .

London fuel poverty up by a fifth
London fuel poverty up by a fifth
By Andrew McIntyre - 13 March 12:24

More than half a million households in the capital are in fuel poverty, report says.

EDF has refunded customers, Getty images
EDF Energy pays £4.5m after Ofgem investigation
By New Statesman - 09 March 9:34

Energy company breached licence conditions.

New energy-saving street light technology wins major award
By Alice Gribbin - 07 March 16:50

Select Innovation's product attaches to lights, allowing councils to make 45% energy savings.

BP $7.8bn settlement lifts shares
By Andrew McIntyre - 05 March 12:39

The uncompleted deal does not include US Department of Justice.

Scania switches to fossil-free fuel in its internal fuel services
By New Statesman - 05 March 10:47

Vehicle manufacturer drops diesel for bioethanol to reduce CO2 emissions

ScottishPower and E.On cut energy prices
ScottishPower and E.On cut energy prices
By Andrew McIntyre - 27 February 13:41

Companies become last of the “big six” to cut prices.

Anglo American posts record high profits
By Alice Gribbin - 17 February 14:59

Mining company's profits for 2011 close up 14% at $11bn.

BP profits rise sharply in Q4
By Anonymous - 07 February 11:22

Oil giant confirms increased dividend payments to shareholders after profits soar.

Methanex to Restart Second Plant in New Zealand
By NS Admin - 18 January 6:34

The plant, which has been idle since 2004, is expected to begin production in mid-2012. It is expected to add up to 650,000 tonnes of incremental capacity per year.

OriginOil and INL to Develop Biocrude System
By NS Admin - 13 January 9:58

According to OriginOil, the planned system will integrate its own harvesting system with biomass processing technology being developed under a research agreement with INL, to convert raw algae into barrels of renewable crude oil.

Energy companies expected to bring down gas prices in coming months
By Teresa Goncalves - 11 January 16:31

EDF Energy will cut its gas bills by 5 per cent in February.

SacOil Appoints Two New Vice Presidents
By NS Admin - 10 January 11:20

The new appointments are part of the company’s ongoing process to strengthen its core technical and operational team in order to further develop current projects and advance initiatives to secure new value accretive acreage in proven hydrocarbon basins across Africa.

Global smart meter shipments reached 19.2 million in 3Q 2011
By NS Admin - 03 January 12:12

The clean-tech market intelligence firm said that smart meter and smart grid deployments have grown significantly during 2011, particularly in North America. Smart meter shipments in China continue to grow as well.

Vestas Secures New Wind Turbine Supply Contracts
By NS Admin - 02 January 11:22

The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2012.

EU airline tax approved
By Grace Jennings-Edquist - 22 December 10:46

European Court of Justice hand down judgment in face of opposition by US, Canadian and Chinese carri

In defence of renewables
By Nick Molho - 26 October 15:54

Huhne is right on climate sceptics and "armchair engineers".

Energy prices "relatively good", insists Huhne
By Mike Bonnet - 17 October 18:24

Energy Secretary believes the bills facing British consumers are less than those abroad.

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