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A worker refuels a car at a petrol station in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia. A big aerial attack at the weekend on the national oil company’s facilities disrupted over half Saudi Aramco’s  production

Petroleum engineers mostly worry about what goes on underground. At Saudi Aramco, concern extends to the sky overhead. A big aerial attack this past w(...)

Seventy-one per cent of industrial greenhouse gas emissions since 1988 have been produced by just 100 companies. Photograph: iStock

Is the act of making personal changes to combat climate change a futile distraction from the real work we should be doing, lobbying governments and in(...)

 The construction site of Royal Dutch Shell’s new plant, which  will produce more than a million tons of plastic, in the form of tiny pellets. Many in the Pittsburgh area see it as an economic engine, but others worry about the long-term harm. Photograph: The New York Times

The 386-acre property looks like a giant Lego set rising from the banks of the Ohio River. It is one of the largest active construction projects in th(...)

Deputy special adviser to the UN secretary general on Cyprus Elizabeth Spehar with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci and  Cyprus president Nicos Anastasiades. Photograph: Cypriot Press Office

Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders agreed on Friday to intensify efforts to reunify the divided island and to finalise steps that would secure a settle(...)

On Wall Street, the phrase ‘it’s a stock-picker’s market’ is often bandied about, the implication being indices may struggle in coming months or years and that investors need to place their faith in stock-pickers who will identify the companies that will hold their own and outperform. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Most stocks will cost you money. An even larger number make for lousy bets; instead of being rewarded for taking some risk, you’d likely be better off(...)

Exxon has posted an overall 7 per cent rise to 3.9 million barrels of oil equivalent a day and Chevron’s rising 9 per cent to 3.08 million barrels a day. Photograph: Jim Young/Reuters

ExxonMobil and Chevron both beat analyst expectations with their second-quarter results as the US oil majors ramped up production in the Permian Basin(...)

 Ryanair: reports Q1 results on Tuesday.  Photograph:  Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, Ryanair. Indicators: Irish industrial production by sector (2018); UK Nationwide housing prices (Jul), net lending (...)

Turkish drilling ship Yavuz: set to start work off the  coast of Cyprus within the country’s exclusive economic zone, in violation of international law. Photograph: Bulent Kilic/AFP

Turkey is set to deploy a fourth ship to explore for gas and oil off the coast of Cyprus in defiance of EU sanctions imposed to end Ankara’s illegal o(...)

Tony O’Reilly jnr, CEO of Providence Resources. The company’s  investors face an agonising wait until Monday to see if a Chinese backer of its plan to deliver Ireland’s first commercial oil field is still on board.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Battle-weary investors in Tony O’Reilly jnr’s Providence Resources face an agonising wait until Monday to see if a Chinese backer of its plan to deliv(...)

A People Before Profit climate change demonstration outside Leinster House in Dublin  earlier this year. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Which company should you work for if you care a lot about climate change? Which should you avoid? Until now it has been hard to tell, unless you have (...)

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