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The World Bank reckons the 16,000 flares worldwide produce around 350m tonnes of CO2 each year, causing untold harm
The company reported a leak from a well off the coast of Western Australia to Nopsema last year, and says there was no lasting impact on the environment
Campaigners claim strategy appears ‘misaligned’ with climate change threat but another successful revolt deemed unlikely
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When a drilling platform is scheduled for destruction, it must go on a thousand-mile final journey to the breaker’s yard. As one rig proved when it crashed on to the rocks of a remote Scottish island, this is always a risky...
The oil cartel is maintaining price discipline for now. But a concatenation of global circumstances could destroy its power to control the marketWhen the major oil-producing countries meet in a month’s time at a Vienna...
As the Pioneering Spirit prepares for a record-breaking lift for Shell, we look at its role in cleaning up the North Sea
Hundreds of oil rigs will be decommissioned over the coming years, at enormous cost to taxpayers. Why not use British workers and expertise to do it?To witness the beginning or end of a great industry or a way of living isn’t...
$1bn of oil is stolen in Mexico each year, while EU loses massive revenues, says the Atlantic Council thinktank
Two tribes sought emergency order to stop oil flow while suit plays outDC court ruling means controversial pipeline could start work MondayAn appeals court on Saturday refused a request from two Native American tribes for...
The UK’s biggest ever oil spill in 1967 taught invaluable lessons about the response to disasters, toughened up shipping safety and stirred green activism
The ripping up of gas treaty in pursuit of a greater share of revenue from Sunrise gas field could create a failed state if no new agreement is forged, expert says
But campaigners remain unconvinced by firm’s shift towards cleaner energyWhen Shell sold most of its Canadian tar sands operations last week, the Anglo-Dutch oil company took a modest step towards making good on its promise...
The salad shortage focused attention on the failures of our 24/7 dietary culture. But it also provides a chance to rethink the way we eat fresh fruit, veg and green leaves
Public information film unseen for years shows Shell had clear grasp of global warming 26 years ago but has not acted accordingly since, say critics
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