World’s largest health charity sells its $187m stake in the oil giant in a move welcomed by fossil fuel divestment campaigners
Barry Gardiner fears oil firms may be guilty of "a pattern of deliberate misinformation to the public that will one day lead to a successful criminal prosecution against such companies"
Barry Gardiner: Climate changes means it's reckless to plan for business as usual, but that is what oil companies are doing
Labour's shadow energy and climate change minister speech at the London Stock Exchange - in full
Greg Muttitt of Oil Change International wonders if BP's poor track record on assessing renewable energy trends means the firm is risking a "Kodak moment"
BusinessGreen takes a look at the need-to-know conclusions from BP's latest annual market forecast
But oil giant still expects global carbon emissions to rise 20 per cent by 2035, highlighting need for further climate policy action
The falling cost of technology will help drive the global transition to low-carbon energy, says oil giant
Shell, BP, Total and Statoil among 10 fossil fuel majors pledging to step up environmental action, but green groups remain sceptical
Spencer Dale admits climate change and rise of shale gas results in 'new economics of oil'
Oil giant agrees to pay record environmental fine in attempt to settle on-going legal action over Gulf of Mexico disaster
With tiered divestment fast emerging as one of the most influential investment trends in recent history, fossil fuel majors would be wise to adapt their business plans accordingly
Oil giant's statistical review confirms growing influence of energy efficiency and clean power, even as it again rejects carbon bubble concerns
Six European energy companies write to UN asking for help to develop worldwide price on emission
James Smith of the Carbon Trust argues there is a future for oil and gas firms, but only if they embrace low carbon technology
Critics call for BP to provide immediate access to Warwick University archive containing billions of pounds worth of scientific research by the oil group from the 80s and 90s
A series of new reports urges investors to beware of escalating stranded assets risks
Almost all of BP’s shareholders have voted to force the company to disclose the risks it faces from climate change.
Oil firm invested billions of pounds in clean and low-carbon energy in the 80s and 90s but later abandoned meaningful efforts to move away from fossil fuels and locked away the research
Campaigners celebrate move, but oil giant does not confirm whether decision is linked to ALEC's stance on climate change
BusinessGreen runs down the key findings of BP's latest annual market forecast
Oil major also declares that shale gas revolution in the US is unlikely to be repeated elsewhere
Ben van Beurden to criticise petroleum industry for being too 'aloof' around environmental issues
Shareholder resolution to be voted on in April calls for bolder climate policies from oil giant
The latest victory in Greenpeace's campaign against Shell's planned Arctic exploration could present an important opportunity for clean tech firms