Oil giant accepts resolution to allow small shareholders to nominate board members, but rejects most other climate resolutions during high-profile annual general meeting
Climate-concerned investors set to vote on key environmental resolutions this week at Exxon and Chevron annual general meetings
Jeremy Leggett's latest book offers the inside track on the last two years of climate and energy politics – and leaves you daring to hope that we may be starting to win the battle against climate change
Oil giant's decision to hedge its bets by quietly stepping up clean energy investment is unlikely to have happened without Paris Agreement
Insiders say oil firm's New Energies renewables arm could grow very big, but not for a decade or more
Investors on the hunt for true transparency are calling time on miners’ membership to trade associations actively obstructing the low-carbon transition
EPA sets out finalised rules to cut emissions of methane as part of Obama’s Climate Action Plan
Oil giant publishes new scenario offering insight into how it thinks Paris climate goals could be reached this century, but will it affect its investment plans?
Major new report from Carbon Tracker argues oil and gas companies could boost market caps by $100bn by ditching most high risk projects
Vision 2030 will prepare Saudi Arabia for a future without oil, aimed at transforming the kingdom into a global investment powerhouse
Full page ad in the FT supported by more than 75 NGOs calls on oil company bosses to deliver business plans that are compatible with the goals of the Paris Agreement
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"
From high pay to high carbon: Can shareholder activism hold companies accountable to the Paris Agreement?
High pay is just the tip of the iceberg, argues ShareAction's Juliet Phillips, if investors are to get serious about challenging corporate behaviour, the biggest risk that needs addressing is climate change
Policies to tackle transport emissions could dramatically affect oil market outlook, new report concludes
Report find investors are pouring $8.9bn into US shale sector, but warns fragile state of the industry means some of this investment could be at risk
Campaigners hail a symbolic shift away from fossil fuels, but others see move as more style than substance
BusinessGreen brings you all the need-to-know information on today's green Budget announcements from George Osborne
Environmental groups call president’s reversal an outsize victory after backlash from communities that fear Gulf of Mexico rig disaster could happen again
Company formerly known as Solazyme signs major agreement to provide sustainable high performance algae oils to consumer goods giant
President also expected to protect large areas of Atlantic coast after backlash from communities that fear Gulf of Mexico rig disaster could happen again
The energy market is changing much faster than you think - savvy businesses will embrace the disruption
We don't have to wait until 2025 to see the demise of coal in the UK – it's happening right before our eyes
PwC's John Hawksworth and Jonathan Grant reflect on how low oil and gas prices could result in a silver lining for the climate
Norwegian oil and gas giant debuts Statoil Energy Ventures, hailing it as "one of the world's largest corporate venture funds dedicated to renewable energy"
Industry needs to look beyond current crisis of low prices and consider long-term implications of low-carbon energy transition, new report argues