Ex-employee tells IBTimes UK that senior managers at Japan's industrial giant were too scared or proud to admit failures that have now amplified into a colossal scandal.
Price controls unveiled by the Primer Minister could put some energy suppliers under severe strain, says ratings agency.
Its a cruel irony that an economy which gets 98% of its revenue from oil faces one of its worst fuel crises following years of conflict.
Electric cars require four times as much copper to manufacture compared to traditional fossil fuel variants.
Babur Ozden, co-founder of Maana, who works with the biggest names in the oil and sector believes it's wrong to presume the industry trails digitally.
Sylvester Turner said America's oil and gas capital was looking to get back on track.
Details of the unique fund emerge as Riyadh attempts to overtake Moscow as the leading supplier of crude oil to Beijing.
Activist investor will now have power to call a general meeting and table resolutions via its increased stake in the company.
Spot and futures prices rose for third successive session following war of words between Washington and Pyongyang.
State-owned company says it is at an advanced stage of fulfilling British regulatory requirements.
Nearly £400m in savings withdrawn from beleaguered bank but it says operating losses have narrowed.
Total, Repsol and Chevron among companies withdrawing staff in the wake of deteriorating security situation.
One of the Premier League's biggest clubs partners with Octopus Energy to reduce its carbon footprint.
Steve Martin questions moves to placate the Saudis for 'short term' gain.
If the move by Qatar is confirmed, it would mark the first formal step in the WTO's dispute process.