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Saudi Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser addresses reporters at the opening of the International Petroleum Technology Conference in Riyadh, on Monday. Photograph:  Fayez Nureldine / AFP via Getty Images

Saudi Aramco shares rose to a record high as its chief executive officer said oil demand continues to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic, including(...)

Companies in out-of-favour sectors, such as fossil fuel-related sectors, will find it more difficult to get additional funding

Across all sectors of society, we are seeing sustainability become a necessity, rather than something nice to have. This is mirrored within M&A, (...)

Shell indicated it would step in to help supply Europe with gas in case of Russian disruptions. Photograph: EPA

Shell again boosted its dividend and share repurchases on Thursday after fourth quarter profits hit their highest in eight years, fuelled by higher oi(...)

Colm Meaney: “I find the more I go into it, that I can’t justify what my generation has done. We have known about climate change for 30 years.” Photograph: Getty

Irish actor Colm Meaney has spoken of his 16-year-old daughter’s “climate anxiety” as she joins teenagers from all over the world in expressing conce(...)

An aerial view of a Sakhalin Energy Company oil and gas facility on the southern shore of Sakhalin island. Sakhalin’s regional government is  working to implement a Kremlin-approved plan to make Sakhalin carbon neutral by 2025. Photograph: Yuri Smityukass via Getty Images

People in Sakhalin like to say that everything in Russia begins on this Pacific island: each new day and new year and now, perhaps, a cleaner future f(...)

A monument in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to Anton Chekhov’s book Sakhalin Island, which he wrote after a trip to the then prison island in 1890. Photograph: Daniel McLaughlin

Jaded travellers bemoaning the remoteness of Sakhalin, a rugged island in the Russian Far East that is twice the length of Ireland, should spare a tho(...)

Noam Chomsky: ‘Are we so innocent? No, we’re not. In fact, the United States is one of those rare countries – maybe the only country – that’s been at war, almost always aggressive war, from the first moment of its founding.’ Photograph: Heuler Andrey/AFP/via Getty Images

Noam Chomsky is one of the world’s most prominent critics of American foreign policy and global inequality. The 92-year-old author and academic joined(...)

The Alisal Fire burns in the canyons near Goleta, east of Santa Barbara, California. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA

California firefighters took advantage of a break in strong winds on Wednesday to get aircraft aloft and dump retardant on a fast-moving wildfire that(...)

A sign reading ‘Sorry out of use’ on a diesel pump at BP Plc petrol station in Brentwood, UK. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Britain is expected to announce plans to issue temporary visas to truck drivers to alleviate an acute labour shortage that has led to fuel rationing a(...)

‘The  debts of Evergrande, the Chinese real-estate developer, may signal the beginning of a slow property crash in China.’ Photograph: Alex Plavevski/EPA

Is China the new Japan? The monumental debts of Evergrande, the Chinese real-estate developer, may signal the beginning of a slow property crash in Ch(...)

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