Protestors have gathered at London's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree to protest Norway-based Equinor's plans to develop the Rosebank oil field in the UK.
Ithaca Energy (LON: ITH) has celebrated first oil from Abigail, a tiny North Sea oil and gas field which made national headlines this year.
Activists at COP27 have accosted Patrick Pouyanné, CEO of TotalEnergies, to demand answers about “bloody money” from the company’s Russian operations.
Total Energies (LON: TTE) is taking legal action against the climate activist group Greenpeace for publishing "misleading information" regarding the firm's greenhouse gas emissions.
Fresh questions have risen on whether Shell will be allowed to leave the huge legs of the Brent field in the North Sea.
Greenpeace activists “occupied” the House of Parliament on Monday to call for a “proper windfall tax” on oil and gas companies.
British Cycling has faced criticism from environmental groups after announcing an eight-year partnership with energy company Shell UK (LON: SHEL).
Angelika Hellweger of Rahman Ravelli assesses a case that has important implications for corporates conducting public consultations.
The long-awaited 33rd offshore oil and gas licensing round officially launches today.
Anti-fracking protestors interrupted Liz Truss’ keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday.
Shell (LON:SHEL) CEO Ben van Beurden has “flung open a door on windfall tax which the UK Government had been trying to close”.
Greenpeace International has named ExxonMobil, OMV and TotalEnergies as companies involved in storing crude on the FSO Safer, the ailing ship offshore Yemen.
Westminster has been accused by environmental groups of “abdicating all responsibility” for tackling climate change.
Activist groups are calling on Shell’s incoming chief executive to make “bold decisions” in order to revolutionise the supermajor.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has taken over the energy brief as part of the new prime minister Liz Truss’ cabinet reshuffle.
The UK legal system makes it “nearly impossible” to challenge new oil and gas developments on climate grounds, according to an Aberdeen University lecturer.
Greenpeace said its position on the controversial Cambo field “hasn’t changed” and that it still intends to pursue legal action if development goes ahead, as partner Shell looks to offload its stakes in the project.
Activists have said “thousands of people” will take part in a planned week of protests this month against development of the Shell (LON:Shell) Jackdaw project in the North Sea.
Greenpeace has launched a legal challenge against the UK Government on the Jackdaw field off Aberdeen - one day after Shell (LON: SHEL) took an investment decision on the project.
BP has insisted the Foinaven FPSO is being removed in a ‘controlled’ manner after a news article alleged it planned to dump “industrial waste” in a protected area.
The European Union is facing legal challenges to its plan to support gas import projects, with accusations that this breaks climate and energy laws.
Activists will hold “emergency rallies” in London and Edinburgh in protest to the regulatory approval of the Shell Jackdaw field.
Shell (LON: SHEL) has received approval to forge ahead with the development of the Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea.
The United Nations has begun securing funding commitments to tackle the dangers posed by the FSO Safer, offshore Yemen.
Canada has energy resources of a scale that its neighbour next door covets and guzzles with abandon. There is a great deal of mutual cross-border dependence but it wasn’t always that way.