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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

What will the Nicaragua Canal mean for locals?

Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

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Energy Three years after operations were suspended due to safety concerns, Shell has been given the go ahead to resume drilling

Shell resumes Alaskan oil drilling

Three years after operations were suspended due to safety concerns, Shell has been given the go ahead to resume drilling

Energy Fairfield Energy has become the latest name to scale back its North Sea operations, and plans to shut down production entirely come June

Fairfield Energy puts the plug in North Sea oil

Fairfield Energy has become the latest name to scale back its North Sea operations, and plans to shut down production entirely come June

Energy Innovative technologies are making better use of our cities’ leftovers. Arthur Kay spoke to The New Economy about how he is turning our waste coffee into clean green biofuels

Turning city waste into biofuels

Innovative technologies are making better use of our cities’ leftovers. Arthur Kay spoke to The New Economy about how he is turning our waste coffee into clean green biofuels

Energy Saudi's state-owned oil giant is restructured in another in a series of changes that will transform the country's economy

Saudi Aramco loses government ties in major restructure

Saudi’s state-owned oil giant is restructured in another in a series of changes that will transform the country’s economy

Energy The electric automaker has announced that it is producing a series of batteries to power homes and businesses

Tesla puts a spark to energy storage

The electric automaker has announced that it is producing a series of batteries to power homes and businesses

Energy Falling oil prices hit Anglo-Dutch giant's profits by 56 percent, but refining business softens the blow

Shell profits plummet during first quarter

Falling oil prices hit Anglo-Dutch giant’s profits by 56 percent, but refining business softens the blow

Energy

Saudi Arabia could cause the death of the OPEC

For some, the influence on the global price of oil that the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has held in the global economy …

Energy Last year's decline in prices has made oil firms wary of high capital spending for West Africa offshore operations

Shell and Total suspend West African offshore oil projects

Last year’s decline in prices has made oil firms wary of high capital spending for West Africa offshore operations

Energy There could be a dramatic reshaping of the global energy markets this year, with mergers on a scale not seen since the end of the last century

Energy mergers are on the up

There could be a dramatic reshaping of the global energy markets this year, with mergers on a scale not seen since the end of the last century

Energy World leader Carnival Corporation’s goal is to promote environmental responsibility as it paves the way for a more sustainable cruise industry

Carnival Corporation stays committed to environmental sustainability

World leader Carnival Corporation’s goal is to promote environmental responsibility as it paves the way for a more sustainable cruise industry

Energy After taking on Google, the European Competition Commissioner is also pursuing the state-backed Russian gas producer Gazprom for unfair business practices

Gazprom accused of unfair business practices

After taking on Google, the European Competition Commissioner is also pursuing the state-backed Russian gas producer Gazprom for unfair business practices

Energy Large reserves of natural resources are not always the boon they appear to be; they can bring corruption and contraction if a country’s wider economy does not benefit

The resource curse: why countries that have so much, often have so little

Large reserves of natural resources are not always the boon they appear to be; they can bring corruption and contraction if a country’s wider economy does not benefit

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