UN climate chief urges oil producers to join low carbon transition

Patricia Espinosa said the transformation towards a greener energy system will be critical to achieve the Paris climate targets

Guest Blog: Nick Boyle – Unlikely Bedfellows, Big Oil Meets Solar Power

I actively avoid reimagining working life as a romance novel, but if I was in the habit, I’d probably frame our December 2017 announcement as one of those classic “unlikely couple make it work against odds, to the shock and confusion of the whole town…”

Falling fossil fuel demand ‘could cost global economy up to $4tn’

A new report suggests stranded assets and collapsing industries could cause a significant economic downturn by 2035

Cuadrilla secures injunction against Preston New Road protestors

The ruling will prohibit unlawful obstruction and other disruptive protests at the site entrance

Canada to buy Trans Mountain pipeline for CAN$4.5bn

The government said it has bought the project to ensure it gets built in the face of opposition

Brazilian oil firm Petrobras’ boss resigns amid protests

Lorry drivers took part in a strike, which ended last week, against diesel prices which led to major shortages across the country

Greenpeace protesters abseil into Total’s AGM

They were protesting the energy giant’s plans to drill in the mouth of the Amazon and French Guiana

New investment from Equinor ‘to double Norwegian field’s remaining reserves’

The £224m is expected to boost resource recovery from the North Sea’s Fram field

OGA offers 123 new oil and gas licences

It has made a total of 26,659 square kilometres available, split into 229 blocks

Aberdeen-firm signs £28m deal to decommission 18 wells for Shell

The programme is scheduled to commence around the first of September this year