New Carbon Brief analysis reveals in third quarter of 2019 renewables generate more electricity than oil, gas and coal
Business Secretary grants consent for Drax to convert coal units into gas generators at Yorkshire plant, despite Planning Inspectorate opposing proposals on climate grounds
The "non-renewable" label was removed last week, replaced with "Oil, Gas and Coal"
"Roadmap for 2035" outlines industry's role in developing low carbon technologies, but predicts continued oil and gas use for decades to come
Oil giant makes first foray into Australia's competitive power market as it continues drive into consumer energy supply, renewables, and clean technologies
VIDEO: Highlights from Shell's Powering Progress Together summit last month
Coal power generation in the EU has plummeted 19 per cent since the start of the year, according to analysis by Sandbag, but will the trend continue?
Oil, gas, and coal now provide 79.4 per cent of overall UK energy mix, while renewables' role hits record high, official government statistics reveal
Investors in shipping industry would be exposed to 'substantial financial risks' if global trade in fossil fuels slumps
Shell's UK country chair talks to BusinessGreen about net zero targets, unburnable carbon, and why this time around the company's interest in renewables feels very different
Energy firms reclassified as either 'renewable' or 'non-renewable' as pressure increases on fossil fuel sector to decarbonise
SSE will close its last coal-fired power station early next year, to leave just five coal plants left on UK grid
UK has clocked up almost 11 days of coal-free power generation, while gas power has also been running at low levels
Project will explore potential for combining hydrogen production with carbon capture usage and storage
Party fleshes out plans to take control of electricity and heat networks from 'profiteering' private firms
Surge in public concern over climate change and spike in electric vehicle sales, but fossil fuel investment remains a headache
Siemens has confirmed it plans to carve out its energy division, including oil and gas unit and wind business SGRE
Matt Hindle of the Energy Networks Association considers the role of gas networks in a net zero economy
A Bank Holiday record of 114 consecutive hours without using coal power underlined the UK's progress in quitting its dirtiest fuel, but where next for the fossil fuel phase out?
Shock survey of leading fund managers responsible for $10.2tr of assets reveal large majority want oil majors to adopt Paris Agreement-compliant strategies
Joint statement with institutional investors strengthens oil major's low carbon plans, but critics insist wider targets are needed
None of the $4.9tr forecast to be spent on new oil and gas fields in the 2020s is compatible with limiting global warming to 1.5C, a Global Witness analysis has warned
Investment arm of Legal & General releases new research highlighting growing urgency of policy action to limit warming to 'well within' 2C