Tribunal blocks Ghana oil and gas drilling

Tullow assessing impact on its Ten fields project

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Rallies point to commodities turnround

Iron ore rose 12% this week while Brent oil hit 2015 high

Petrobras puts CEO’s pragmatism to test

Bendine completes important step in group’s clean-up

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Commodity markets need better regulation

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Panel potential: Rwanda has set itself a target of more than tripling generating capacity
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Rwanda raises power generation objectives

International Energy Agency cites country as successful example of electrification in Africa

Antofagasta sells Chile water business for $1bn

UK-listed miner to use funds to develop copper projects

BP offloads North Sea pipeline stake

Buyout group Antin buys 36% stake in CATS gas pipeline network

Hedge funds bet big on oil price rally

Move comes as energy companies expect ‘lower for longer’ oil

Petrobras struggles with losses

Group fends off default threat but corruption scandal casts pall

Dubai seals hydrogen fuel-cell deal

Emirate assesses green energy initiative

Freeport-McMoRan eyes oil stake sale

Copper producer grapples with debt load and commodities downturn

Tullow set for ruling over Ghana oilfield

Ghana locked in dispute with Ivory Coast over Ten project

US growth drives Caterpillar forward

Lift in profit forecasts signals worst is over equipment maker

Quixotic quest for a greener future

Even an ardent enthusiast will struggle to make technology work

Fresh scrutiny over Clinton financial dealings

New book makes allegations over donations to her family’s charitable organisation

Fortescue raises $2.3bn to refinance debt

Iron ore miner lifts yield to draw investors to junk bond issue

Brazil’s Petrobras takes $17bn hit

Corruption costs oil group $2bn and oil price fall billions more

Gazprom and EU test ties that bind

The antitrust case is unlikely to wreck a collaboration built on need

Japan moves closer to nuclear restart

National shutdown ends as two reactors allowed to operate again

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