Company confirms US legal battle means further delays for controversial exploration
Shell has today confirmed that it is to once again postpone its controversial plans to drill in the Arctic, in a move that was immediately welcomed by green groups. Setting out the company's plans for...
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Fresh focus on emerging markets drags renewables business from €46.6m loss in 2014 to €96m profit in the full year to the end of 2015
Former Labour leader joins environment secretary Liz Truss and Green MP Caroline Lucas in supporting remain campaign
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