Rio Tinto cuts exposure to tax havens

Autonomous Haulage Trucks operating at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas mine in the Pilbara. (Photo provided by Rio Tinto)

Miner bows to pressure over avoidance by multinationals

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Saudi Aramco sale heralds new market

Saudi Arabia is preparing privatisations designed to attract foreign investors

Big Oil: From black to green

Despite pressure to develop renewables, many energy majors see more money in traditional markets

Turkey seeks an escape from isolation

There is a welcome hint of pragmatism in efforts to mend fences

Lord Browne and his house in Chelsea.

Browne warns oil groups on climate change

Former BP chief calls for more investment in renewable

France reassures on Hinkley Point

Brexit will ‘have no consequences’ for planned UK nuclear plant

01/12/15. Cairn Energy Board visit to Ocean Rig Athena, Dakar Senegal. Picture Ian Rutherford
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Norway oil fund drops Cairn investment

Exploration off Western Sahara seen to violate ‘ethical norms’

SolarCity committee to study Tesla move

Overlap between companies raises potential conflicts of interest

KazMunaiGas EP: father does not know best

A parent gets it wrong

Israel’s Harel seeks stake in gasfield

Harel in talks with Noble Energy for up to 4 per cent stake

Anglo American close to coal mines sale

BHP among the leading bidders for Australian sites

Court allows ETE to abandon Williams deal

Turmoil in US energy industry scuppered $34bn pipelines merger

Brexit spells disaster for France

François Hollande’s room for manoeuvre will now be limited

Few bright spots in UK traders’ sea of red

Gold miners and groups with global sales are FTSE’s only risers

Energy suppliers avoid UK price caps

Competition watchdog instead tries to make switching easier

Iran names local partners for energy majors

Tehran steps closer to opening up oil and gasfields to investors

Musk’s $1tn goal seems out of this world

Wall St not convinced by Tesla boss’s solar dream

Electricity spike forecast for Brexit vote

National Grid prepares for demand equivalent to extra Birmingham

EDF workers seek further Hinkley delay

Committee files claim over access to documents on nuclear plant

New Saudi oil minister calls end to glut

Khalid al Falih says kingdom ‘expected’ to balance supply and demand

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