Energy

The world just experienced its warmest January on record, marking the first 12-month period in which temperatures averaged more than 1.5C
Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have declared their 'exclusive rights' over the Durra field, in a move likely to rekindle tensions with Iran and Iraq.
Saudi Aramco had initially proposed to ramp up its oil production to 13 million barrels per day following an announcement in 2021.
Tankers bearing Cameroon's flag are often used to carry Russian oil and help dodge Western sanctions - but these vessels often fail safety inspections.
Angola's Resources and Petroleum Minister said OPEC membership no longer served the country's interests.
Over a 100 nations had lobbied hard for strong language in the COP28 agreement to "phase out" oil, gas and coal use, for a deal moving away from fossil fuels.
The UN chief has urged countries to phase out fossil fuels - but oil producers are not happy with this call.
Saudi oil strategy [MediaNews Group/OCR/Getty]
OPEC+ announced production cuts to shore up flagging prices but Saudi Arabia might be quietly planning to flood the market with cheap oil, according to energy experts.
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's office confirmed receiving the invite during his trip to Saudi Arabia, but said he had not formally responded.
The cuts are meant to keep the price of oil stable [Getty]
Oil-producing countries in the OPEC+ grouping have announced that they would cut production in order to prop up prices