• People Moves 2 December: JP Morgan, First Sentier, Janus Henderson ... and more

    02 December 2022
  • Oil & gas companies 'jeopardise shareholder returns by rewarding executives for chasing growth'

    14 February 2019

    Shareholder returns are at risk from remuneration schemes that incentivise executives at oil and gas companies to chase volume growth, a report argues.

  • Shell says it faces 'low risk' of stranded assets

    12 April 2018

    Oil and gas giant Shell said there is "low risk" of it having stranded assets, and predicted as much as 80% of its proved oil and gas reserves will be produced by 2030.

  • $1.6 trillion of energy spending is at risk, Carbon Tracker warns

    08 March 2018

    Energy firms risk wasting $1.6 trillion of expenditure by 2025 if they don't align with the Paris climate goals, posing "a major risk for investors", Carbon Tracker Initiative has warned.

  • Exxon takes encouraging disclosure steps but must go further, investors say

    08 February 2018

    The latest climate-related disclosures by oil giant ExxonMobil fail to go far enough in setting out how climate change is likely to impact its business, say an influential group of investors that led last year's successful shareholder resolution against the company.

  • Carbon Tracker identifies potential stranded assets in oil majors

    15 August 2014

    Projected capital expenditure by Total and ExxonMobil is more heavily dependent on high oil prices than that of other oil majors, according to the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI), a financial think tank.

  • People moves

    31 March 2014

    The industry's most important recent moves, including new roles for Martin Skancke, Charles Gooderham and Zoe Knight. Appointments have been announced for Standard Bank, Tau, SolarCity and Bridges Ventures, among others.

  • Australia faces laws of unintended consequences

    21 January 2014

    Australia's change of direction on climate change policy is causing concern among the financial community. Graham Cooper reports

  • Uncertainty Down Under

    09 September 2013

    Investors and developers active in Australia's low-carbon sectors are facing months of uncertainty about how the new Coalition government's climate policy overhaul will affect them. Elza Holmstedt Pell reports