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European negotiators, hoping to cut fuel bills, are pressing their US counterparts in Washington this week on including energy exports in a transatlan(...)

The area west of Shetland where the Rosebank field was discovered in 2004 is virtually the only part of UK waters where oil and gas reserves have yet to be exploited

Chevron, the US oil group, has raised doubts if it will proceed with its £6 billion (€7bn) Rosebank oil project 130km west of the Shetland Islands, a (...)

Chevron Training has already delivered construction skills training to more than 30,000 international learners.  Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Wexford company Chevron Training and Recruitment is to train 1,000 construction workers in Nigeria in a deal worth €3 million over three years.Ministe(...)

Renault fell 4.4 per cent to €61.67 after its Japanese partner Nissan cut its full-year profit forecast by 15 per cent.  Photograph: Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters

The euro fell for a fifth day against the dollar as signs of economic weakness in the single-currency bloc fuelled speculation that the European Centr(...)

Chevron says net second-quarter income fell to $4.95 billion compared with $5.25 billion a year earlier, as  Chevron shares fell the most in a month yesterday.

Chevron, the second-largest US energy producer by market value, has reported profit that missed analysts’ estimates for a second straight quarter as s(...)

Phil Chevron’s  funeral procession left the Mansion House to the sound of his own version of Thousands Are Sailing, which became a Pogues classic and is recognised as one of the finest songs about Irish emigration. Photograph: Mike Coppola/Getty Images

Pogues and Radiators from Space star Phil Chevron’s funeral service - or his “grand finale” as his sister called it - was bookended today by his two b(...)

Brent futures edged below $109 a barrel this morning as  lingering concerns over the US government shutdown clouded the outlook for demand.

Brent futures edged below $109 a barrel this morning as oil production resumed in the Gulf of Mexico after a tropical storm, while lingering concerns (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the launch of a new Energy Institute based at University College Dublin, in Government Buildings, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, has formally launched a new Energy Institute which will bring together energy researchers from industry and academia.The in(...)

Norway’s Statoil sold stakes in North Sea oil fields to Austria’s OMV yesterday, in a €2 billion deal, giving the former cash to develop new projects (...)

A tourist poses for photos amid the hazy skyline of Singapore today. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters

Singapore’s air quality deteriorated to “hazardous” levels doday as smoke from forest fires in Indonesia obscured skies over the wealthy city-state an(...)

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