By Mark Brierley - 03 June 12:34
But wind farms are where the jobs are.
By Alex Hern - 28 May 14:40
Head, meet desk.
By Mark Brierley - 28 May 12:03
Angela Merkel steps in to quell fears over EU China trade links.
By Alex Hern - 24 April 13:39
We're still caught up in a 1980s mindset.
By Alex Hern - 19 April 9:02
The ETS is dead, long live climate change.
By Alastair Harper - 19 March 11:58
The real value of the projects we should be starting now will be measured over decades.
By Heidi Vella - 25 February 13:14
By New Statesman - 20 February 9:12
Andrew Mackenzie will replace Marius Kloppers.
By New Statesman - 19 February 7:02
The civil trial will begin on 25 February.
By New Statesman - 14 February 9:33
Figures slightly better than market expectations.
By New Statesman - 12 February 6:15
Hinkey Point request.
By New Statesman - 30 January 8:08
By New Statesman - 04 January 7:45
US Department of Justice concludes investigation of Transocean.
By Alastair Harper - 13 December 17:05
Cities are where the biggest experiments can take place; look to them to see the future of the UK.
By Alastair Harper - 16 November 14:43
Change is always tricky, but it's far from impossible, writes Green Alliance's Alastair Harper.
By Heidi Vella - 16 November 13:40
The oil giant's in giant trouble.
By Heidi Vella - 13 November 11:42
Regulators are investigating claims wholesale gas prices have been manipulated by major gas companies. We answer five questions on the gas pricing fiasco.
By Alex Ward - 30 October 12:49
Rekindling the UK’s nuclear future.
By Alex Ward - 26 October 14:47
EDF becomes fifth of the “Big Six” providers to raise tariff prices.
By Alex Ward - 25 October 14:35
A six-company price-fixing racket spanning decades.
By Alex Ward - 24 October 17:54
The new Saudi Arabia?
By Alex Ward - 22 October 15:54
State-owned champion becomes world’s largest oil producer.
By Alex Ward - 18 October 17:37
The deal will make the Russian energy champion the world’s largest oil company.
By Alex Ward - 16 October 17:28
But hikes in food and energy bills put a dampener on the news.
By New Statesman - 31 August 9:10
The Japanese car maker is working on ways to supply electricity from a fuel cell to a building’s existing wiring.
By New Statesman - 21 August 6:34
The deal will allow Chevron to increase its Wheatstone area resource base.
By New Statesman - 17 August 6:54
This deal allows Boardwalk to enter the natural gas liquids business.
By New Statesman - 13 August 6:26
The assets for sale have an associated gathering system of around 2,500 miles of pipelines.
By New Statesman - 10 August 8:14
Reeling from a £20m half-year loss, the UK's largest coal producer confirms plans to close one of the country’s deepest pits.
By New Statesman - 06 August 7:54
The French oil service company’s operating centre in Aberdeen will execute the contract.