Oil giants investing in kite power, Google planning to use 100 per cent renewable energy, Bill Gates heading up green investment fund and a massive surge in fossil fuel divestment are among the positive signs
The Anglo-Dutch group has been under pressure from investors to rethink its business strategy
The High Court must rule whether the case can be heard against Shell in the UK
Morrisons set to revive defunct supermarket brand; banking group hails 'landmark' profits; Mercedes owner sack manager after 'racist tirade'
Oil companies to expand production into 2020; Government to assess new corporate corruption laws; Telefonica could float British mobile network
Brent crude oil prices rose above $51 a barrel on Friday
Europe's biggest oil company has enforced job cuts and projects delays during the two-year slump in prices
Job cuts come as crude prices slump by more than half
Royal Dutch Shell is working on selling out of its onshore assets in Gabon
Despite the recent Paris agreement on global warming, the fossil fuel industry is still 'systematically trying to stall progress'
Oil company shares, including Shell, jumped after the Budget earlier this month when the Chancellor cut taxes by £1bn over five years for firms pumping in the North Sea
The company confirmed it is cutting more than 10,000 positions – of which around 7,500 jobs have already gone and a further 2,800 will be lost as a result of the BG deal
Exclusive: Anglo-Dutch giant was part of consortium that accepted tax break valued at twice Nigeria's annual health budget
There is an old stock market adage that says, 'as goes January, so goes the year'
Outlook: Shell needs to do a deal at this time of obvious consolidation in the industry
Outlook: It strains credibility to see HSBC establishing its headquarters in New York, Toronto, or anywhere else on the North American continent