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Blast-rocked South African oil refinery shut down for investigations

South Africa's second-largest crude oil refinery, the Engen plant in Durban, has been shut down to allow investigators a chance to find out the cause of a "fire incident" earlier on Friday, Engen said.

UPDATE 2-FTSE 100 hits nine-month high as oil prices jump

* FTSE 100 up 0.9%, FTSE 250 up 0.3% (Adds comments, updates prices throughout)

Analysis: Carbon pricing rises as world's weapon of choice in climate fight

Can you put a price on pollution? Some of the world's biggest economies are doing just that as they wrestle with how to make good on grand pledges to tame planet-warming emissions.

Shell says Deer Park, Texas facility hit by power outage

Royal Dutch Shell Plc experienced a power outage that caused a process upset at multiple units at its Deer Park, Texas, facility, where it operates a 318,000 barrel-per-day joint-venture refinery.

FTSE 100 hits nine-month high as oil prices jump

London's FTSE 100 rose to a nine-month high on Friday as a jump in oil prices boosted energy stocks, while investors remained focussed on Brexit trade talks with only four weeks left for Britain's transition period out of the bloc to end.

Dutch court is right place to challenge Shell over emissions, say activists

Environmentalists seeking to drive down emissions produced by energy giant Royal Dutch Shell told a Dutch court on Thursday the Netherlands was the right place to hear their case.

FTSE 100 subdued on Brexit worries, lower oil prices

London's FTSE 100 was muted on Thursday as Brexit negotiations remained gridlocked with only weeks left for Britain's transition period to expire, while energy stocks slipped on lower oil prices.

The new black gold? Big Oil bets on retail networks in an electric era

For Big Oil, coffee and chocolate could be the new black gold.

Nigeria oilfield sale to Eni, Shell was legally 'perfect', says ex-oil minister lawyer

The sale of a Nigerian oilfield to Eni and Royal Dutch Shell was legally "perfect" and there was no proof of any corruption, a lawyer for former Nigerian oil minister Dan Etete said on Wednesday.

Shell begins permanent shutdown of Convent, Louisiana, refinery

Royal Dutch Shell Plc began the permanent shutdown of its 211,146 barrel-per-day (bpd) Convent, Louisiana refinery, the company said on Tuesday.

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Communities in oil-rich Niger Delta pin hopes on Shell climate case

As a legal case over energy giant Shell's planet-heating emissions kicked off in the Netherlands, activists said the health and livelihoods of people in Nigeria's oil-producing region would hinge on its outcome.

Oil majors wipe $80 billion off books as epidemic, energy transition bite

The world's top energy companies have slashed the value of their oil and gas assets by around $80 billion (60.05 billion pounds) in recent months after revising lower the long-term outlook for fuel prices in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and the energy transition.

Shell faces Dutch court as climate change activists demand end to emissions

Environmental activists took Royal Dutch Shell to court on Tuesday, demanding the energy firm drastically reduce the production of oil and gas to limit its effects on climate change.

Exxon tries to put the worst behind it with $20 billion writedown

Exxon Mobil Corp on Monday said it would write down the value of natural gas properties by $17 billion to $20 billion, its biggest ever impairment, and slash project spending next year to its lowest level in 15 years.

Shell faces Dutch court as climate change activists demand end to emissions

Royal Dutch Shell will face a Dutch court on Tuesday in the first hearing of a case brought on by environmentalist and human rights groups who demand the energy firm cuts its reliance on fossil fuels.

European shares slip at end of best ever month

Europe's benchmark stock index posted its biggest monthly gain on record on the prospect of easing coronavirus restrictions and hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine, but ended Monday lower with eyes on the Brexit trade deal negotiations.

Billionaire Siebel's looks to raise $527 mln in U.S. IPO

Billionaire tech entrepreneur Tom Siebel founded said on Monday the software company was looking to raise up to $527 million in its initial public offering.

FTSE 100 retreats on Brexit concerns, set for best month in 31 years

London shares fell on Monday as fears of a no-deal Brexit as well as the economic damage from the COVID-19 pandemic knocked back sentiment at the end of the best month for the FTSE 100 in more than three decades.

European shares slip at end of stellar month; eyes on Brexit

Europe's benchmark stock index opened lower on Monday with focus on Brexit negotiations, but was still on track for its best month on record on the prospect of easing coronavirus restrictions and hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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