Market rout as oil fall hits energy groups

Crude price plunge sparks warnings of capital spending cutbacks

Lower oil price could stoke US stock bubble

Opec’s position on output could have profound consequences

Prices, not Opec, to balance oil supply

Historic change in approach by cartel triggered by US output

Ofgem takes action to cut energy bills

UK power companies face tougher than expected price targets

Cheap oil brings mixed blessings to Asia

Opec’s decision to maintain output has bred winners and losers

Rio Tinto to keep progressive dividend

Miner under pressure to bolster returns after rebuffing Glencore

Workers with Raven Drilling line up pipe while drilling for oil in the Bakken shale formation on July 23, 2013 outside Watford City, North Dakota
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Opec stance may choke US shale investment

US experts warn lower oil prices will hit high-cost production

Poles’ energy fears override green goals

Warsaw remains worried that European legislation could increase fuel costs

Opec inaction hits oil producer currencies

Nigeria’s naira and Russian rouble under pressure

Oil falls as Opec tests US shale industry

Cartel decides against production cut despite 40% price-slide

Opec flounders in a flood of cheap oil

The cartel’s weakness is welcome now, but a warning for the future

Lukoil VP sees fall in Russian oil output

Bigger than expected drop in production predicted and blamed on falling prices and sanctions

Nuclear is exception to Germany’s rule

System for preventing political accidents has been bypassed

Barrick Gold considers asset sales

Management attempts to ride out storm engulfing the sector as gold prices sink to four-year low

Stagecoach shares jump after franchise win

Energy stocks take further toll on FTSE 100

African Barrick changes name and expands

Barrick Gold spin-off Acacia Mining strikes Burkina Faso deal

Rio Tinto sees sparkle in diamond mines

Anglo-Australian company to invest $350m in Canadian mine

Opec Gulf members reach ‘consensus’

Al-Naimi fails to make clear what unified summit position might be

Thomas Cook waves goodbye to Green

Shares drop more than 17% on news of Harriet Green’s exit

Investors warn of revolt over BG pay deal

ISS adds to chorus of calls to reject package for incoming chief Helge Lund

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