Shell’s CEO has said it will “rise to the challenge” after the supermajor was ordered by a Dutch court to drastically cut its emissions.
A few weeks ago, three of the world’s largest listed energy corporations were given a kicking of a kind that is destined to change Big Oil forever.
A new study from Aberdeen University has put the spotlight on the cost of excluding wind farms from the most scenic areas of the UK.
Supermajors could look to divest their carbon heavy assets in order to meet climate change targets, a Verisk Maplecroft analyst has said.
Total has officially changed its name to TotalEnergies as part of efforts to reflect its net zero ambitions.
None of the world’s major economies are currently on course to deliver on their climate change targets, a new study has found.
Almost a third of shareholders defied the wishes of Shell board members to vote in favour of a resolution tabled by an activist shareholder group at its annual general meeting today.
Boris Johnson has announced a "world-leading" new legal target to cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions by nearly four-fifths by 2035.
World leaders will take part in a virtual global summit on climate change this week as US President Joe Biden leads a new push to cut emissions.
A Scottish green energy supply chain firm is in contention to win a prestigious climate change award for its efforts to promote a circular economy.
Former BP boss Lord John Browne has joined a leading global growth equity firm as a senior advisor, based in London.
North Sea installations could soon be kitted out with NASA-inspired technology to watch for dangerous gas leaks.
Senior political figure says UK Gov should avoid delaying COP26 again, but admits decision ‘isn’t in our hands’
The COP26 climate conference should not be delayed for a second year if the UK “can possibly avoid it”, a senior political figure has said.
Energy giant BP has urged shareholders to reject a climate change resolution at its AGM in May amid claims its strategy is at odds with a key international pact.
The Scottish Government has launched a £22 million fund for peatland restoration projects.
US oil majors ExxonMobil, Chevron and ConocoPhillips had their credit ratings lowered after S&P Global Ratings followed through on its recent warning and revised the industry’s risk profile due to climate change and weak earnings.
SSE has added another 53 new recruits to its ranks as it steps up ambitions to treble its renewable output and build the electricity network needed to deliver net zero.
Elon Musk became the richest person in the world by dramatically improving electric vehicles, pushing forward a technology that reduces carbon-dioxide emissions and slows global warming.
Former BP CEO Bob Dudley has said investors “need to have a little patience with the oil and gas industry” as it adjusts for the energy transition.
BP has made significant cuts to its oil exploration team, reduced to less than 100 people compared to a peak of over 700 before Bernard Looney's tenure, according to a news report.
The UK’s energy minister has reinforced that support for North Sea oil and gas is reliant on the sector “playing ball” in terms of decarbonisation.
A disconnect between Russia’s climate policies and the sustainability ratings of some of its biggest companies highlights the challenges investors face in assessing environmental, social and governance performance.
Dutch activist investor Follow This filed a climate resolution for BP Plc’s annual general meeting, having received support from the oil giant earlier this year. But the two parties were ultimately unable to agree on the final details in order to put forward the resolution together.
Sweden is fighting a draft European climate measure that it says could harm its world-beating green bond market.
Three years after some of the world’s biggest investors joined forces to pressure the largest producers of greenhouse gases to cut emissions, about half of them have made net-zero commitments.