Guy Stephens: Has oil had its day?

Adapting or die

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As businesses and governments alike start to focus in earnest on sustainable energy strategies, Guy Stephens considers the question of whether oil could be coming to the end of the road

The House of Commons started its summer holiday last week and, with that, we look forward to a  break from the overindulgence in political stories and events that seem to dominate the news. With the House not set to return until 5 September, a particular relief will be the lull in articles on the latest political calamity to affect the UK economic outlook and the bearing it may or may not have on financial markets. With that in mind, we would draw your attention to a couple of other stories from the past few weeks - the first being Swedish car manufacturer Volvo's announcement that, from...

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