French oil giant concedes oil sands projects are becoming too expensive and warns that 'beyond 2030' peak oil demand beckons
Shell and BP are writing down assets while a raft of US fracking firms are entering bankruptcy protection – change is coming to the fossil fuel industry faster than anyone expected
'Clock is ticking': Analysts warn that following BP decision, oil sector should brace for more write-downs
Carbon Tracker analysis details how four European oil majors have now taken hits to their asset valuation as net zero transition gathers pace
'Supporting stranding': UK Export Finance accused of funding oil projects in defiance of Paris Agreement goals
New analysis from Carbon Tracker warns UK government financing for upstream oil and gas projects in Brazil and Ghana is 'failing the Paris test'
With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas
Banking giant pulls forward target to end the use of coal by its electricity-producing customers to the end of 2030
British bank promises to align all financing activities with Paris Agreement and target at least £100bn green financing by 2030
High street banks such as Barclays, HSBC and Standard Chartered are facing growing pressure from activists, shareholders and potentially regulators over their links to to coal and potential stranded asset risk
Influential think tank argues governments could soon be forced into an abrupt net zero policy shift that would threaten value of oil assets
Fossil fuel firms must develop a clear strategy for managing the low carbon transition, experts are set to warn attendees at the World Economic Forum in Davos
The sector is facing strong headwinds from activists, investors and governments, pitting the companies' relentless growth ambitions against the worsening signs of climate change
Multilateral bank says world's 'most ambitious climate investment strategy' will unlock €1tr of climate action and environmental sustainable investment through to 2030
Capital Group, T.Rowe Price and BlackRock register worst records, according to new analysis
Apocoalypse Now? European energy industry should prepare for 2030 complete coal phase-out, study warns
Carbon Tracker study suggests governments should provide financial support to utilities to transition to renewable energy, as coal plants continue to rack up losses
Tackling the 'supertanker': Are investors starting to get twitchy over worsening climate risk profiles?
Top financiers urge companies to align lobbying efforts with Paris Agreement, as markets struggle to price in climate risk
As predictions of peak oil demand become more prevalent and environmental protests more vocal, Ed King wonders where the oil industry goes next
World Economic Forum report considers whether major shift away from fossil fuels is likely within the next decade, or will take much longer than green business hope
Plastic could become the new pariah in some investment circles, as analysts warn investors off firms with prolific single-use plastic production and use
MPs want mandatory climate reporting within three years to avoid risk to investments
Analysis by both Carbon Tracker and the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis highlight the growing threat posed to investors by their exposure to high-carbon business models
Bank of England governor says firms that ignore crisis 'will go bankrupt without question'
Shell's Ben van Beurden recently declared the pursuit of a net zero economy was 'the only way to go', but how can the fossil fuel industry overcome the barriers that block the path to deep decarbonisation?
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
Ben Van Beurden calls for industries to urgently step up collaborative efforts to support the Paris Agreement and overcome systemic barriers to faster decarbonisation