Manufacturers warn of shutdowns

National Grid will pay participating companies to cut demand

How to choose a CEO in the energy industry

Chancellor pressed to aid UK oil and gas

Industry lobby says price fall threatens to hit development

An Indian shopkeeper watches by candle-light during a power outage due to a fire which broke out at Kinari Bazar, a busy market in Chandni Chowk, the old quarters of New Delhi on August 25, 2014
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Aspiring superpower looks to private sector for $250bn injection

Power is vital to India’s growth but raising funds to overhaul the system is proving difficult

A Consol Energy Horizontal Gas Drilling Rig exploring the Marcellus Shale outside the town of Waynesburg, PA is reflected on worker's sunglasses on April 13, 2012
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The ‘age of abundance’ poses fresh dilemmas for companies

Oil and gas output is rising but resource constraints will re-emerge in the longer term

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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Shale jubilation fades as oil price falls undercut model

US producers face their most severe test since the boom began

Diplomats eye interim Iran agreement

Attempt to inject urgency before the deadline of midnight on Monday

Scotland’s marine energy dealt a blow

Wave power pioneer Pelamis enters administration

Salamander set to recommend Ophir offer

All-share offer values southeast Asian oil explorer at £251m

Yieldco mergers: sun and shade

Challenge is to transfer prices in a way that is fair to both companies and shareholders

US banks: risk commodities

Banks have been criticised for their commodities businesses, but the market has already changed

Miners in a hole should stop digging

Ramping up iron ore output is a losing game

Miners lead FTSE to best level in a month

China’s rate cut gives metals producers more momentum

Oil ETF defies crude slide

US Oil fund’s $1bn milestone presents a puzzle

Ineos boss pitches fracking

Ratcliffe’s big problem is footloose environmentalists

Ineos unveils $1bn push into UK shale gas

Group aims to be key player in fracking field but lack of detail on plans draws sceptical response

Scotland wary on shale gas proposals

Ambition to help economy contends with fracking fears

Iron ore miners: Fe-ling forecasts

What next for producers who flooded markets with low-cost supply?

Technip’s €1.5bn bid for CGG rebuffed

Oil services group’s offer comes amid consolidation in industry grappling with falling crude prices

Technip: trial and error

The company is taking a leaf out of Perry Mason’s book. Bad move


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