By Heidi Vella - 10 February 12:36
Why is Ed Davey investigating British Gas’s profit margins?
By Ruby Lott-Lavigna - 17 January 17:41
The Scandinavian giant has kept itself afloat amid economic turbulence with a steady flow of natural resources - but is this nature-loving nation prepared to promote growth at all costs?
By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff - 16 January 16:59
Today 27 per cent of journeys in Holland are made by bike - while in Britain the figure is as low as 2 per cent. But cycling could help us achieve our 2050 carbon targets, and take the strain off the NHS.
By Mark Brierley - 13 January 17:57
The exponential growth in US shale gas production has been a boon for the country’s energy security over the past few years. Now the UK is looking to follow suit, with the government and big oil throwing their weight behind the dash for gas. But at what c
By Heidi Vella - 13 January 12:37
Why is the government offering an incentive for fracking?
By Heidi Vella - 06 January 16:12
By how much is Scottish Power cutting its prices?
By Nigel Knowles - 20 December 16:35
Lawyers have a significant role not just in advising on incoming energy and climate regulation, but also in developing new structures and precedents, and in advising on new aspects of corporate governance and risk management.
By Heidi Vella - 16 December 16:28
How much will energy from Hinkley cost?
By Richard Spencer - 27 November 12:01
For boards, climate change needs to be made meaningful not in terms of “did we do a good thing”, but in terms of “what are the dangers and opportunities this company faces in the years ahead?”.
By Mark Brierley - 29 October 11:54
China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia and Brunei have all staked competing claims over the 11 billion barrels of oil and 190 trillion cubic feet of natural gas that have yet to be tapped in the South China Seas.
By Heidi Vella - 23 October 17:47
What has the government's response been?
By Nigel Knowles - 09 October 11:08
No wonder the UK wants a piece.
By Alex Andreou - 25 September 10:52
The energy companies are squealing over the Labour leader's proposed freeze on energy prices, warning of blackouts. They ignore the fact that the lights are already going out - for the 4.5 million people living in fuel poverty.
By Heidi Vella - 20 September 17:47
What's a smart meter?
By New Statesman - 14 August 9:43
The British oil and gas major claimed that agency’s ban on new federal contracts is causing it an irreparable harm.
By New Statesman - 13 August 9:42
This move will end the state’s 75-year-old monopoly on the oil and gas industry.
By Heidi Vella - 12 August 11:55
According to Cameron,"fracking is safe."
By Mark Brierley - 30 July 16:54
Faces ever higher legal payouts.
By Heidi Vella - 29 July 10:47
Five questions answered on MPs criticism of Ofgem.
By Heidi Vella - 23 July 11:01
Tax incentives won’t help.
By Colin Hay and Tony Payne - 22 July 13:08
If it weren't for the global slowdown, our planet would be in a far worse state than it already is.
By Alex Hern - 19 July 13:19
If George Osborne likes expensive energy, at least renewables are carbon neutral.
By Alex Hern - 18 July 9:44
The Bank has shifted away from coal power, and is trying to encourage developing nations to do the same.
By new-statesman - 12 July 11:00
Wind farms will be located in South Wales and Aberdeenshire.
By Michael Brooks - 11 July 8:39
It’s hard to fathom that the warmth you feel (or don’t feel) today was created at a time when Neanderthals were still around. Yet that is not the real mystery. . .
By new-statesman - 08 July 10:00
Last year the firm set aside $7.8bn to pay compensation for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but it fears that it may end up paying more.
By Alex Hern - 02 July 10:52
This is what climate change sounds like.
By Luciana Berger - 28 June 9:06
It’s time the Prime Minister broke his silence and did something before it’s too late, writes Luciana Berger MP.
By Julian Turner. - 26 June 9:53
An injection of renewable power.