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Japan’s aggressive renewable energy push after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster has stalled due to a combination ofJames Simms
Five years ago, the talk was of a renaissance in US nuclear power. Today, the sector is battling to avoid a slide back intoEd Crooks
The past five months have been full of heartening news for the renewable energy industry, which has grown used to thePilita Clark
Brent crude at half the level of last June has made the production of expensive oil — from the Arctic to Brazil —Anjli Raval
Coal is the most abundant and obvious energy source in the world, but opponents to its use are more vocal than ever. It isJames Wilson
Ask anyone running a global energy company how far the oil price will fall and you will probably get a wry smile inChristopher Adams
A lack of early-stage proposals for carbon capture and storage schemes could hamper the rate of uptake of the technology, aNaomi Mapstone
Offshore oil and gas fields supply much of the world’s energy, but it is not always appreciated that the very platformsMichael Kavanagh
The US may be the world’s largest crude oil importer, but one of its main energy policy tussles is over oil exports.Gregory Meyer
Non-Chinese companies are increasingly using the renminbi as an international currency and expect to more than double theRoger Blitz
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