NRG Energy and JX Nippon announce Petra Nova plant in Texas has been completed "on-budget and on-schedule"
Tom Baxter of the University of Aberdeen explores an innovative new idea for capturing carbon emissions at source
Obama uses law that allows presidents to block sale of new offshore drilling and mining rights and makes it difficult for their successors to reverse decision
Southwark, with its £1.2bn pension pot, is now the largest fund in the UK to quit coal, oil, and gas investments
Army Corps of Engineers will not grant the permit for the Dakota Access pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, handing a major win to environmental activists
European headquartered oil and gas companies further ahead in low-carbon transition, new CDP report finds
Flurry of environmental rules set to be enacted, as outgoing administration looks to strengthen green protections ahead of Trump presidency
The International Energy Agency (IEA) unveils its World Energy Outlook report setting out how the energy market will develop over next 25 years
Oil and gas business could fetch up to £2bn and cement Dong's position as world's leading wind developer
10 oil and gas firms are investing $1bn over 10 years into low carbon tech - should we be impressed?
Investing $1bn over 10 years in tackling climate change is woefully inadequate for both the environment and the future of the oil and gas industry
Oil and Gas Climate Initiative launch fund to accelerate CCS, cut methane emissions and boost transport and industry energy efficiency
InfluenceMap report estimates fossil fuel companies could be overstating future demand for petrol
Seven oil companies, including BP, Saudi Aramco and Statoil, will later this week launch an investment fund to accelerate development of low-carbon technologies
New report from Moody's on power sector risks and opportunities comes amid a flurry of similar warnings from the world's top credit ratings agencies
Leading credit ratings agency Fitch warns oil companies to 'react early' to expected growth in EV demand
Greenpeace and Nature & Youth file lawsuit against Norwegian government over its decision to award drilling licences in Barents Sea despite the Paris Agreement
Oil major says it is abandoning plans to drill in the remote region to focus on opportunities likely to create value in the 'near to medium term', but it sounds to some like a response to the 'carbon bubble'
Oil recycling plant earmarked for development on site where Total also plans to build its first biorefinery
Limiting warming to below two degrees means halting new fossil fuel construction and retiring some existing plants early, new analysis shows
Analysis by campaign group shows how investment firms signed up to responsible investment principles helped block calls for oil giant to improve its climate-related disclosures
David Powell and Sam Pickard argue Aberdeen's renaissance could be driven by low carbon innovation - but the fossil fuel industry, political leaders, and the public have to embrace such a future
Government-funded Transition Training Fund offering 340 places for oil and gas workers looking to pursue careers in renewable energy
As reports suggests Shell is seeking an exemption from North Sea oil and gas decommissioning rules, WWF calls on company to step up efforts to remove aging infrastructure