Chinese lend $12bn for Russian gas plant

Boost for Putin’s flagship project after US sanctions

Exxon and Chevron hit by crude price rout

Losses on US oil and gas production drag both companies lower

Australia: outback back out

Canberra’s veto of a Chinese company takeover does not bode well

April oil price gain nears seven-year record

Weak dollar and declining US production ease oversupply concerns

Gazprom results could fuel payout dispute

Profit rise comes a week after Russian law sets 50% payout rate

Peter Hambro gold mining

Petropavlovsk recruits partners for growth

UK-listed Russia gold miner moves to rebuild

Scepticism over Saudi sell-offs

Scope of transformation massive for cradle-to-grave society

Shell chairman joins new climate group

Charles Holliday to sit on body looking at curbing fossil fuels

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Conoco slashes rigs numbers and spending

Oil industry pressure remains intense despite rebound in prices

Libya regime’s oil group defies UN ban

Tanker barred from Malta drops anchor in international waters

German utilities told to pay €23bn to nuclear clean-up

Power groups reject idea but shares rally in relief at solution

Unexpected consequences of oil slump

Aircraft ‘bubble’ may take toll on leasing companies

Kenyans start to roam Silicon Savannah

The country has had to rely on ingenuity, not commodities, to keep ticking over

Renewable energy yieldcos: partly cloudy

Commercial advances may not require financial innovation

Dong Energy IPO proposals gain a tailwind

Danish utility and leading light in green energy boosted by results but verdict to wait on EU future

Total returns to first-quarter profit

Oil group beats forecasts thanks to better refining performance

Malta turns back illegal Libya oil tanker

Eastern authority’s attempt to sell crude seen as threat to unity

Cyber warfare: Iran opens a new front

Digital weaponry has become even more central to Tehran’s arsenal

Big projects worthless if they don’t work

Britain’s plans have succumbed to the political imperative for soundbites and love of the grandiose

Freeport to cut quarter of oil jobs

Efforts to find buyer for crude business stall

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