Republican Presidential candidate has been revealed to have a number of stock investments In energy companies.
US Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump said communities in Colorado should be allowed to determine whether fracking is allowed – despite a ruling in the state which means there can be no ban on shale gas extraction.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is said to be considering nominating oil and gas mogul Harold Hamm as energy secretary should he become President of the United States.
Continental Resources Inc. is fracking again.
The chief executive of an oilsands operator has claimed presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump needs to be better advised on how energy projects work.
The chief executive of a leading coal mining company in the US has alleged Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump was unclear on what LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) in a recent conversation between the men.
Oil-and-gas producers have a financial incentive to make sure methane doesn't leak from wells and pipelines. Yet the release of methane has become a well-documented global problem—once it joins the atmosphere, it becomes a potent greenhouse gas that's responsible for a quarter of the Earth's extra heat.
T. Boone Pickens, the oil tycoon who made and lost fortunes targeting some of the largest U.S. explorers over the past 40 years, said he supports Donald Trump for president and backed the presumptive Republican nominee’s call for a temporary immigration ban on Muslims.
US Intelligence has disputed claims by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump over Islamic State’s (IS) activities in Libya.
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Texan energy investor T .Boone Pickens has claimed Trump will win the Republican presidential nomination and the White House.
A former energy advisor to Mitt Romney and chief executive of shale oil producer Continental Resources, has backed Trump for President.
The US oil and gas industry is said to be anxious about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s policy proposals.
Republican presidential candidate front-runner Donald Trump has said he would consider stopping US oil purchases from Saudi Arabia unless the Saudi government provide troops to fight Islamic State (IS).
The Trump Organisation described the announcement about survey work starting on the £230million European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) as a “meaningless” sales pitch.
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has claimed he would reject the Keystone XL pipeline if the US was not given a “big chunk” of profits by TransCanada.
Alex Salmond has been quizzed on the price of oil in his first phone-in show for LBC Radio. The former First Minister’s first caller, a man named Paul from St Albans, asked him how Scotland could still succeed independently at the current low oil price. He said: “You based your financial security in Scotland on the oil price of about $110 a barrel – I notice it’s trading at around $30. How would Scotland be now if you’d succeed in gaining independence?”
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump pledged to "tax Wall Street" as he sought to use a severe stock market selloff to plant new seeds of fear among voters during a campaign rally Saturday in Ottumwa, Iowa.
Vattenfall is in the midst of a restructuring after being hit by massive write-downs in the value of its traditional generation business as well as a fall in energy prices. The utility, which is wholly owned by the Swedish state, was affected by £3billion write-downs on its coal and gas-fired assets in Europe in 2013.
Former first minister Alex Salmond unleashed a scathing attack on “three-time loser” Donald Trump last night, accusing him of damaging the Scottish economy. The Gordon MP condemned his “treatment of Scotland”, which he said would prompt Scottish Americans to join the “ever-growing list of people alienated” by the businessman. The Trump Organisation was quick to retaliate, branding Mr Salmond a “has-been and totally irrelevant”.
Donald Trump last night instructed his lawyers to take his fight against an offshore windfarm to the European Court of Justice. The Supreme Court in London – the highest court in the land – yesterday announced it had rejected the US businessman’s appeal against the Scottish Government’s approval of the 11-turbine project at Aberdeen Bay. Vattenfall and Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG), partners of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm Ltd (AOWFL), welcomed the decision and reaffirmed their commitment to the project – with campaigners also hailing the victory for renewable energy.
Donald Trump has lost a Supreme Court fight against an offshore windfarm project near one of his Scottish golf courses.
No topic has so dominated public discussion over the past week like Donald Trump’s call to indefinitely ban Muslims from entering the U.S. Editorial pages have raged, talk shows have engaged, even leaders of his Republican Party have forcefully rejected the proposal. One group of national leaders, however, has said little: corporate chiefs. A few, it is true, have spoken in broad terms, usually without mentioning Trump. Mark Zuckerberg, for example, wrote on his Facebook page that Muslims should know they are always welcome at Facebook “and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.”
Donald Trump took his latest objection to plans for an offshore windfarm near his north-east golf resort to the Supreme Court yesterday. The US tycoon is appealing against the Scottish Government’s decision to approve the 11-turbine scheme at Aberdeen Bay amid fears it will spoil the views from his golf resort at Menie, near Balmedie. But last night the presidential candidate was accused of trying to “kill off” economically beneficial projects, and was urged instead to “do good” with his wealth. WWF Scotland director Lang Banks said Mr Trump was “wrong to be trying to frustrate Scotland’s ambition to create clean power and green jobs”.
United States Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is staging the latest round of a legal fight against an offshore wind farm project near a Scottish golf resort he owns. Scottish Government ministers approved proposals for an 11-turbine scheme off the Aberdeenshire coast in 2013. Billionaire businessman Mr Trump, president of The Trump Organisation, is against the plan and says the wind farm will spoil the view from his luxury golf links at the Menie Estate.