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The world's largest floating vessel 'The Prelude' launches from a dock in South Korea
President Xi Jinping has visited victims of the deadly explosions that ripped through the eastern city of Qingdao after an oil pipeline ruptured.
British Gas owner's £4.4bn LNG contract makes Mayor's plans 'unworkable'
Campaigners change tack in fight against fracking
Second phase of trial opens with claims of negligence and lack of preparation
The Cabinet Secretary attended dinner organised by Office of Unconventional Gas and Oil
Protestors' campaign against Cuadrilla oil mining has lasted seven weeks, but they are now having to contest an eviction order
Fears intervention could spill over into the rest of Middle East
The two-week protest against potential fracking in Balcombe took a dramatic twist today as it emerged that the local parish council had lodged "no objection" to the planning application, without consulting the West Sussex village - a decision the council chair said she was now "gutted" about.
Spokesman says David Cameron supports energy minister Michael Fallon's comments on Sussex shale gas extraction, as long as it will not damage environment
The House of Representatives easily passed a bill on Wednesday to tighten sanctions on Iran, showing a strong message to Tehran over its disputed nuclear program days before President-elect Hassan Rouhani is sworn in.
Officers told to justify painful 'mandibular angle' technique using pressure point behind ear
Tom Bawden visits the West Sussex village where events are shaking up old allegiances
Prime Minister is under pressure over his strategist’s potential conflict of interest
Britain’s fledgling shale gas industry will get a major boost today as George Osborne cuts taxes on fracking profits to less than half the amount paid by conventional oil and gas producers.
Campaigners warn of potential conflicts of interest from energy-sector leaders advising on policy