NEWS: Shell could drill in fragile environment next year, despite failure to deal with tar sands pollution
COMMENT: As churches and universities divest from fossil fuels, it’s time for the cultural industries to follow suit
NEWS: Fossil fuel giant says ‘stranded assets’ are not a risk to the company, as the world needs all its oil
EU proposal to drop curbs on imported fuels could boost CO2 emissions from transport by 32 megatonnes
Friday’s top 5: Lord Browne says fracking will not decrease energy bills, China to raise coal threshold, Oil drilling in Pechora Sea to begin in 2014, Australian bushfires linked to Indian Ocean temperature increase, Big six told to hold price increase
Morning summar: Ecuador had sought US$3.6 billion in contributions to maintain a moratorium on drilling, but claims it has only received US$13 million in donations
Natural gas flaring in North Dakota, which can be seen from space, has more than doubled to 30% since 2011
Government faces tough decisions over whether to back expanding renewable energy sector or increase investment in its huge deep-water oil reserves
The IEA reports that non-OECD countries overtook their OECD counter parts for the first time, but what alternative do they have?
New report warns ‘economic peak oil’ could cripple the world’s economies by 2014 – increasing need for governments to choose low carbon path
Today’s top headlines: US set to see food price rises because of drought, England tracks natural capital and China enters the North Sea oil industry.
Maria van der Hoeven calls for governments to let high oil prices cut consumer demand.