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  • BP's eye on the future

    BP Out of Touch on Climate and Clean Energy Technology

    How BP's Outlook for Energy looks to the past not the future
  • BP

    Exxon to Eat “Bite-sized” BP?

    Earlier this month, BP’s beleaguered Chief Executive Bob Dudley warned that the falling oil price had created a “raging gale” for the oil industry which could last for years.
  • Fracking-protest

    Fracking Industry in “Severe Crisis”

    One of the great debates about fracking is whether it heralds a great new chapter in the age of oil or whether it is a small blip in the dying days of the fossil fuel era.
  • Lower-oil-price

    Crude Oil Casualties Mount

    Everywhere you look there is carnage in the oil industry as the reality of low oil prices begins to bite. From North America, to the North Sea and the Arctic, the low crude oil price is reshaping the size, shape and prospects of the industry.
  • oil-price-drop

    OPEC Wants to “Crush US Shale”

    Just how low can the oil price go? What was unthinkable even a few months ago is now becoming distinctly probable, even likely. As analysts dissect the ramifications for the oil industry of $40 dollar barrel, oil traders are now thinking that the price of crude will halve that to a staggering $20 a barrel. Prices have not been that low for twenty years.
  • fossil-fuel-divestment

    Fossil Fuel Disinvestment Gathers Momentum

    If you had Googled “fossil fuels” and “stranded assets” a few years ago, you would have probably got no hits. But how times change.
  • ExxonHatesYourChildren.com

    ExxonMobil’s PR Chief Gives Empty Retort to Oil Change

    Last week we exposed ExxonMobil’s Outlook for Energy as a corporate fantasy rather than a forecast. ExxonMobil's head of public affairs called our work ill-informed and "odious" but chose not to answer our arguments...
  • Oil price2

    Oil Industry in Crisis as $1Tn Investment at Risk

    And so the free-fall continues. The price of Brent crude has fallen this morning below $60 a barrel for the first time since July 2009. The price of US crude is below $55.
  • oil price

    Bank of America: $50 A Barrel on Its Way

    The US shale industry faces a Darwinian struggle over the next few months as only the fittest producers will survive as the price of crude plunges to $50 a barrel, the Bank of America has warned.
  • poland-shale-map_2649989c

    Fracking Firms “Fleeing” Poland

    It is billed as Europe’s Number 1 shale gas conference. Next week, over 500 people will descend on Poland for the 5th annual “Shale Gas World Europe” conference.
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