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As energy prices soar, Shell’s chief executive has said that a tax on big firms is ‘inevitable’ - but has urged against capping prices.
Fire at state-owned Orlen oil plant in Poland kills two people
Orlen said the blaze broke out in one of the furnaces before firefighters extinguished it.
Uganda condemns EU resolution slamming oil pipeline
Uganda slammed a resolution by the European Union’s Parliament calling for a halt to extractive activities in protected ecosystems in an oil pipeline project.
Why are Italian taxpayers paying €241m to a UK oil company?
Italian taxpayers will have to pay an oil and gas firm over €240 million after a ruling by a closed-door corporate tribunal.
G7 nations pledge to impose price cap on Russian oil
Finance ministers from the G7 have pledged to impose a cap on the price of Russian oil in a bid to limit the Kremlin's revenues and ability to fund its war in Ukraine, while also curtailing the war's impact on energy prices and inflation.
Shell banned from oil exploration on South Africa’s Wild Coast
In 2021, the South African government granted petroleum giant Shell exploration rights off the nation’s eastern coast. On Thursday, these rights were revoked.
Climate activists attack petrol pumps in London
Just Stop Oil activists have damaged petrol pumps in London to protest against the issuing of new oil and gas licences in the UK.
From oil to art - former rig set to become major UK art installation
The “See Monster” will feature a 12-metre waterfall and a 6,000-piece art installation.
Shell, BP, Equinox threaten Paris climate goals, warns study
Fossil Fuel companies ‘decarbonisation pathways’ don’t do enough to prevent climate catastrophe, according to a new study.
These 10 finance firms alone own half of all future carbon emissions
Governments and investment managers wield a huge amount of power over fossil fuel firms, and could force them to transition faster.
Firefighters missing and 120 hurt in Cuban oil facility blast and fire
The government said it had asked for help from international experts in “friendly countries” with experience in the oil sector, following the blast in Matanzas.
Cambridge University set to rename BP Institute - but is it enough?
Campaigners have welcomed the plan, but say universities must reject fossil fuel funding altogether to stop greenwashing firms.
Norway's oil and gas output to be cut as offshore workers begin strike
The stoppage over a pay claim will cut Norway's daily gas exports by 13%, the leading union said. It comes as gas supplies to Europe are already tight after Russian cutbacks.
Climate activists get into a sticky situation in a London art gallery
Climate activists in London and Glasgow have glued themselves to famous pieces of art to call for an end to new fossil fuel projects in the UK
Fossil fuel firms set to spend almost €1trn on new oil and gas by 2030
Despite backing Paris Agreement goals, 20 of the world’s biggest companies are investing in new oil and gas fields in the next decade.
BP exits its 20% stake in state-owned Russian oil and gas giant
"Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine must be a wake-up call for British businesses with commercial interests in Putin’s Russia.”
What are ‘unicorns of the sea’ and why are they in danger?
The Arctic must not be turned into a shipping highway, say scientists, as narwhals are stressed by sounds up to 40km away.
Shell pulls out of controversial and 'unnecessary' Cambo oilfield
Environmentalists celebrate as the contentious Cambo project looks to be further in jeopardy.
Major European countries pledge to phase out oil and gas
The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance was launched today at COP26 by ministers from the two lead countries.
Local activists in long battle to stop oil drilling on Isle of Wight
UK Oil and Gas Investments wanted to drill for oil on the Isle of Wight, their plans have just been refused.