Ethane ships link US shale boom to Europe

Ethane transporter ship belonging to Ineos

Hydrocarbon will no longer be bargain if crude prices keep falling

Glencore suffers S&P blow

Shares in commodities trader rise despite rate cut

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ERG taps China for new project financing

Owner of ENRC plans mining activity in Africa and Kazakhstan

Ukraine gas hopes pinned to royalty cuts

Industry seeks a reversal of tax policy to encourage investment

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 29: Pierre Andurand from Andurand Capital, appears on stage on Day 1 at the International New York Times/Energy Intelligence Oil & Money Conference at The InterContinental Hotel on October 29, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images for The New York Times)

Oil bear bets on return to $25 a barrel

Hedge fund manager reckons market will remain oversupplied

This is an undated company photo of Schlumberger Ltd. operations. Schlumberger Ltd., the world's second-largest oilfield-services company, had third-quarter net income of $318.2 million after a loss a year earlier as oil topped $50 for the first time and producers boosted spending. Source: Schlumberger Ltd./ via Bloomberg News.

US says axing oil curbs will not aid WTI

Analysis counters arguments that constraints depress price

Judge rallies Brazil to anti-graft war

Sérgio Moro battles political opposition to Petrobras probe

GE set to secure approval for Alstom deal

Brussels expected to clear transaction after GE made concessions

US clean energy suffers from lack of wind

Softest air currents in 40 years cut power sales to utilities

Palmer’s Mineralogy sues Citic for A$10bn

Australian tycoon intensifies legal battle with Chinese group

Oil surges 25% in three trading sessions

US data and hint of change of thinking inside Opec provide boost

Trafigura lifts Pacific Exploration stake

Commodity trader controls more than 10 per cent of oil producer

Israeli gas companies hit by Egypt find

Shares hammered by Eni’s ‘supergiant’ discovery

Low oil price puts pressure on US banks

Regulators urge lenders to classify some loans as troubled assets

Osborne hails Scottish investments

SNP denounces chancellor’s arrogance over Faslane cash

China to form top aluminium producer

Asset transfer plan would vault Chinalco above Rusal and Alcoa

China turbulence casts shadow on Africa

Fears grow for rare economic bright spot

Eni discovers ‘supergiant’ gasfield

Find said to be largest ever in the Mediterranean Sea

Fuganto Widjaja, Sinar Mas: a new start

Founder’s grandson plans to modernise the family conglomerate

Hanergy Thin Film Power swings to a loss

HTF attributes loss to the cancellation of contracts with its parent, Hanergy group

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