At last, the broken energy market has been referred for a full investigation into prices and practices
Plus Gas Safety Week, and property supply crisis
What the frack? It’s damaging water supplies and causing earthquakes – so why is the Environmental Protection Agency so slow to act?
The rural town of Dimcock, Pennsylvania, in the US, rests in the rolling hills in Susquehanna County. It used to be picturesque, but today it boasts more blight than Appalachian charm.
A “great British company” is under attack by a vengeful American President. To arms, patriots, cry British rightwingers.
But just how British is BP? Obviously it’s listed in London. And it’s got a British CEO. But BP employs 23,000 people in the US, compared to 10,000 UK workers. Around 40 per cent of BP’s shares are [...]
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