Katie McQue

katielmcque@hotmail.co.uk

I'm an investigative financial journalist at Mergermarket (paywall). My specialisms include energy, M&A, commodity markets, pharma, debt

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The Guardian

Nigeria rejected British offer to rescue seized Chibok schoolgirls ...

Nigeria rejected British offer to rescue seized Chi...

New Internationalist

UK Supreme Court highlights right of Chagos refugees to return home

UK Supreme Court highlights right of Chagos refugee...

thisisafricaonline.com

South African miners could lose HIV treatment in job cuts - This is ...

South African miners could lose HIV treatment in jo...

thisisafricaonline.com

South Africa: Gold miners class action heads to high court - This is ...

South Africa: Gold miners class action heads to hig...

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The Guardian

EDF in line for £800m windfall from subsidy scheme to keep lights on

Energy firm which operates most of UK nuclear power plants could undercut competitors at auction launch capacity market...

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Forbes

Sisi's Government Clings To Debt To Pull Egypt's Oil & Gas From The Brink

By Katie McQue & Davide Barbuscia The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), the country’s state-owned oil company, is in the market for a $1.5bn loan. It will use the funds to reduce its vast debts to international energy companies operating in Egypt for unpaid-for petroleum during the three years of...

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The Independent

The Chagossians: The Indian Ocean islanders exiled from their ...

The Chagossians: The Indian Ocean islanders exiled ...

Forbes

Iran's Oil And Gas: Who Dares Will Win - Forbes

Iran's Oil And Gas: Who Dares Will Win - Forbes

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The Guardian

Hinkley nuclear reactor project gains EU approval, leak reveals ...

Hinkley nuclear reactor project gains EU approval, ...

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Forbes

Departure Of Supermajors From Nigeria's Oil Sector Prompts Local Financing Shift

By Davide Barbuscia & Katie McQue For major international oil companies, like Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Shell, the Nigerian black market for crude oil has become unbearable. They’ve had enough. And for the US firms, bigger fortunes with less risk lie at home with the shale boom. So their Nigerian onshore...

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The Independent

Inside Zaatari, the Jordanian refugee camp that makes Syria's civil ...

Inside Zaatari, the Jordanian refugee camp that mak...

The Huffington Post United Kingdom

Are We Failing Syria's Refugees?

Unlike a military intervention in Syria, providing sufficient support to the country's refugees is something that should require no debate. The UN has appealed to the world to plug the $2billion shortfall of funds needed now to keep the seven million......

The Huffington Post United Kingdom

The UK's Abuse of the Chagossian People

In the 1960s our country stole a nation and destroyed the lives of its people. Now is the time to put things right. The British government expelled the people of the UK-owned Chagos Archipelago almost 50 years ago with the purpose of allowing the U......

The Huffington Post United Kingdom

Has the UK Signed Up to Build a Faulty Nuclear Power Plant?

On Monday, the UK woke-up to the news that the government had struck a deal to build our first new nuclear plant in over 18 years. The 3.2GW plant, named Hinkley Point C, has been touted as a job-maker and a boost to our energy security. Worryingly,......

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The Huffington Post United Kingdom

A Conversation With a Bangkok Sex Customer

While a night with a Thai prostitute quickly evaporates into a drunken memory for the guy; a story chuckle over with his mates back home. Many of these women are bought over and over again simply because they can't afford not to be.......