French oil giant Total is to invest in Angola's Kaombo project after finding ways to cut costs of extracting ultra-deep offshore oil by a fifth, the firm announced on Monday.
A group of Greenpeace activists broke into France’s oldest nuclear power plant early on Tuesday morning in a stunt intended to publicise alleged security faults at atomic facilities.
A French court has cancelled a drilling permit for US oil company Hess, despite the company's promise not to use the controversual method of fracking on the well.
Thousands of French people face having their power cut off. A Nobel prizewinner condemns Japan's nuclear policy.
Niger's government and French nuclear giant Areva made "significant advances" in talks on Friday, both sides agreed after Areva boss Luc Oursel met President Mahamadou Issoufou along ...
Environment campaigners Greenpeace dumped five tonnes of coal in front of the French presidential palace ahead of a Franco-German ministerial meeting.
France has admitted that Niger's demand for more revenue from uranium mining on its soil is legitimate.
French energy giant Total is to search for shale gas in the UK, even though its extraction, known as "fracking", is banned in France.
It's all about Christmas in today's French newspapers, starting with the truth about Santa Claus … and that’s official!
The average French person produces about 375 kilos of waste each year. Once added to commercial and agricultural waste, that's a lot of trash!