Oil giant and the rest of the industry suffers amid weak oil prices.
Traders pile into shares after Bank governor Mark Carney said rates could move in "either direction" this year.
Oil giant's fourth quarter profits misses expectations on $500m worth of impairment costs.
Strong eurozone data covering unemployment, inflation and economic growth lifts London market.
The oil major sells down its interest in the North Sea as it streamlines its business after BG purchase.
The offshore bloc is estimated to contain up to 9 billion barrels of oil.
UK court ruled that Nigerian communities devastated by oil spills cannot have claims against Shell heard in UK.
In a turbulent business environment chief executives continued to search for transformative deals.
Oil and gas giant Shell opts to buy electricity from a wind farm it holds a 50% stake in.
The funds will be used to finance a 500 kilowatt test facility, which KPS is planning to open in 2017.
Oil and gas stocks rose on crude production cuts, but leading indices slid as Barclays unveil French retail banking unit sale.
Opec's surprise decision to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day has boosted the crude oil price.
Oil cartel Opec agrees to first cut in production in eight years as it bids to boost prices.
King Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi tells High Court 'my people are dying from contaminated water'.
The snails use their shells as clubs to bat off beetles.
NDA vows to bring oil production 'to zero' unless disenfranchisement of poor communities in the Delta ends.
At odds with industry peers, oil giant Shell's finance chief warns crude demand will peak before supply.
Shell sees its performance surge, while profit at BP tumbles by almost half.
Oil giant boosted by BG acquisition but warns outlook remains challenging due to the weakness in oil prices.
The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Cartel's plan to cut production by 700,000 barrels a day boosts oil and mining stocks.
NDA resumes attacks claiming government not addressing grievances of Delta's impoverished communities.
Exploration company claims North West, East Midlands and North Yorkshire could rediscover their energy production heritage via shale.
Footsie remains in the black despite the sharpest drop in manufacturing production for a year.
The two countries account for more than 25% of the world's crude oil production.
Traders are unmoved by a sharp rebound in manufacturing output in August.
Oil drives top flight stocks, while in the second tier William Hill rejects £3.2bn takeover offer.
Market ends week in upbeat mood as crude prices lift heavyweight oil stocks.
Top flight investors sold off shares in firms announcing the cut-off date for their next dividend payout.
Interest rate cut by half to 0.25% sends top flight shares higher.