Energy Secretary believes the bills facing British consumers are less than those abroad.
BP will be rewarded with a special payout from its joint-venture company in recognition of successfu
"If you keep beating the anti-European drum, if you slaver over tax cuts for the rich, then you will
A blast at a nuclear facility in Marcoule, southern France, has killed one person and injured four.
A panel discussion on the future of energy will take place at Durham University on 6 September.
A greener and cheaper approach would have significant appeal.
Energy company accused of inadequately handling customer complaints.
Germany's decision to reject nuclear power will lead to an increase in carbon emissions.
Centrica also threatened the closure of UK gas fields following tax increases.
High oil price still offset by Gulf clean-up costs for BP.
Fukushima power plant operator to pay the affected families, says Japanese government.
Protestors and shareholders gathered outside the BP AGM in London.
Continued fighting in Libya keeps prices up.
The Chancellor's plan to tax oil companies came under increasing pressure as Norwegian oil giant Sta
Energy regulator Ofgem reviewed the energy markets ordering providers to simplify tariffs systems an
After weeks of unease, oil prices rose to a high not seen since 2008.
Fears of further unrest in Libya and protests in Saudi Arabia feed continued oil price fluctuations.
Hugo Chavez has put together a peace plan to be considered by Colonel Gadaffi
German firm E.On has sold its UK power network.
Uncertainty surrounding Saudi stability feeds more oil price rises.
Early year cold weather and a February price cut account for 85 per cent of 2010 profits.
An IEA economist has issued a warning following continuing unrest in the Middle East.
Oil company fined for the environmental and health impact of drilling by Texaco, now owned by Chevro
The oil company Royal Dutch Shell has announced profits almost double that of last year.
Unrest in Egypt has led some shipping firms to arrange for vessels to be re-routed.
BP reports a loss of $4.9bn (£3.1bn) for 2010 but resumes payment of dividends.
Share prices in UK oil company BP have risen today following a deal with Russian energy firm Rosneft
A report to be published next week blames the company's decisions for the outcome of BP oil spill.
Energy company award funding of $3m over a 3-year period from the US Department of Commerce.
The charging stations will be ready for public use by spring 2011.