Drax shares hit by UK subsidy move

Government names eight projects eligible for support

UK probe into energy market tax receipts

Second potential scandal to hit power trading sector

Barrick chief hails benefits of merger

Newmont tie-up would bring cost cuts and lower political risk

CNPC launches oil production pilot scheme

Local managers to keep more revenues from additional production

Posh taps appetite for oil services

Investors eye bonanza that has benefited Malaysia’s tycoons

India’s top court lifts ban on mining in Goa

Industry analysts hail move but warn of delays in operations

This is an undated company photo of miners at an Anglo American Platinum mine in South Africa. Anglo American Platinum Corp. Ltd., Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. and Northam Platinum Ltd. may face strikes over pay at South African mines, crippling 60 percent of the world's platinum production and boosting prices of the metal. Source:Anglo American via Bloomberg News.

Anglo American plots exit from Rustenburg

Miner determined to withdraw from troublesome platinum mines

Europe can end Russia’s gas stranglehold

An energy union could restore competition, says Donald Tusk

EU hits UK energy-intensive companies

Ruling deprives cement and ceramics sectors of carbon compensation

Algeria puts stability ahead of economic reform

Analysts warn of cash crisis to come

Small shareholders’ rights to be boosted

FCA looks to protect London’s reputation as financial centre

BP refuses to fund spill studies

Arguments over costs central to legal actions

Barrick and Newmont still eye $30bn deal

Talks between the two largest gold producers may yet resume

How secure is Mr Putin?

The president exposed Europe’s weakness but also reminded everyone Russian power is limited

Vimal Shah, chief executive of Bidco

US delays ruling on Keystone oil pipeline

Final decision could be deferred until after midterm elections

Small-cap Week, April 18

Featuring: French Connection; PetroNeft Resources; Amara Mining, and Versarien

Core oil refining lifts Reliance Industries

India’s largest company by market cap broadly met expectations

China admits widespread soil pollution

At least 20% of agricultural land contaminated

Schlumberger optimistic on oil spending

Oil services company’s first quarter hit by bad weather

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