Shares in Shell fell by nearly 7% amid fears for the outlook for oil and concern among some investors about the wisdom of a huge deal in such a tough climate
With Brent crude reaching a 13-year low, here are the winners and losers from falling oil prices
The dour forecast comes as the industry celebrated a record-breaking year in 2015
New research finds humans are having a 'mind-boggling' impact on the Earth
Sir Philip tells the Environment Committee: 'When I’m there, I don’t feel I’m away – I feel I’m at home'
Police are investigating whether the killing of a fox on New Year's Day during the 250-year-old meet was lawful
Pension funds urge Britain's biggest carbon polluters to come clean over financial crisis that lies ahead
'The Government is being schizophrenic and saying one thing abroad and doing something very different at home'
These are the measures agreed in the final draft
Government accused of hindering attempts to become greener through a series of subsidy cuts since taking office
Most of the money would be needed to replace coal and gas-fired power stations with emissions-free sources of energy
Pledge would see 'acceptable' level of global warning cut to less than 2C, with 1.5C the aim
The GWPF was set up by Lord Lawson to bring 'reason, integrity and balance' to the climate change debate
Politicians and NGOs call for the developed world to provide cash to help deal with the consequences of a warming planet
The British minister’s senior role will see her involved in a frantic period of 'shuttle diplomacy'
Even meeting existing goal would mean disaster for small island nations