Surplus hits physical oil cargoes price

Further weakness looms for crude futures

Week in Review

Week in Review, May 30

Court hears about Libor rigging; Chevron, John Malone and Snapchat also in the news

LNG Methane Kari Elin BG Group

LNG prepares to come out of oil’s shadow

Liquefied natural gas is set for a transformation

Hong Kong Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) logo

Hanergy watchdog rarely goes public

Most recent official probe by HK regulator was 6 years ago

China energy: blowing in the wind

Early leaders in wind and solar equipment faced overcapacity

Shell-BG deal faces ‘black box’ regulator

Looming spectre of Chinese watchdog threatens to alter aspects of £55bn bid

Infinis chief upbeat over onshore wind

Comments follow government’s plan to curb their growth

BEIJING, CHINA - DECEMBER 11: (CHINA OUT) Li Hejun, Chairman of Hanergy Holding Group, attends the 2013 China Central Television (CCTV) Financial Forum at China World Trade Center Tower III on December 11, 2013 in Beijing, China. The three-day forum opened on Tuesday ahead of the "2013 CCTV China Economic Person Of The Year Award". (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

HK watchdog confirms probe of Hanergy

Chairman had dismissed talk of investigation as ‘purely rumour’

Q&A: Nigeria’s fuel supply crisis

Africa’s biggest oil producer faces a supply crunch

Venezuela braces for low oil price era

In the absence of Opec cuts, country launches plan to boost market share

Chevron investors win ‘historic’ vote

Power to nominate directors could fuel talk on climate change

Trafigura becomes big exporter of Russia oil

Benefit comes as sanctions target Kremlin-backed companies

Gap between crude oil benchmarks narrows

Excess Nigerian supplies contrast with North American tightening

Saudi Arabia: outta gas

The kingdom has its own energy problem to fix

Zijin Mining: happy to help

Frothy A share valuations mean China group can buy up mines on the cheap

Hanergy founder bought shares before crash

Filing shows solar tycoon bought 54.5m additional shares last week

Nigeria: The big oil fix

Facing corruption, the president must repair state-owned group

EDF seeks to cut holiday entitlement

Effort to roll back generous annual strike at France’s flagship 35-hour working week

Zijin strikes deals with western miners

Chinese group seals ventures with Barrick Gold and Ivanhoe

No quick fix for lumbering Siemens

Heady expectations after Kaeser hire prove too optimistic

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