Big Oil Is Lobbying To Make It Way Easier To Capture CO2 Emissions

Energy | Jason Hopkins
A motor glider flies near the Belchatow Coal Mine in Belchatow

The move would build on an expanded tax credit

Oil Giant Changes Its Name After 50 Years To Cover The Fact It Sells Fossil Fuels

Energy | Tim Pearce
Statoil's logo is seen during a company results presentation in London February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville | Energy Companies Greenwashing Names

‘It served us really well for 50 years’

Local Colorado Governments Face Pushback After Suing Oil Producers

Energy | Tim Pearce
An oil well is seen near Denver

‘Dubious legal theories’

Al Gore Caught In Another Awkward Flap Involving His Use Of Gas-Powered Vehicles

Energy | Chris White
Former Vice President Al Gore testifies about climate change at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 28, 2009. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘Deeply unethical and immoral’

Exxon Loses Top Energy Spot To Russian Natural Gas Producer

Energy | Chris White
Oil pumps (Shutterstock/QiuJu Song)

Gazprom has monopolized Europe’s market for natural gas

Oil Industry Mobilizes $23 Million For Hurricane Harvey Victims

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Submerged houses are seen by flood waters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Rose City

‘We are in this together’

Tropical Storm Harvey Will Take More Than 1 Million Barrels Of Oil Offline

Energy | Chris White
Pump jacks are seen at the Ashalchinskoye oil field owned by Russia's oil producer Tatneft near Almetyevsk, in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, July 27, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

‘[W]e made the decision to initiate a controlled shut down ‘

Exxon Fined $2 Million For Violating Russia Sanctions While Tillerson Was CEO

US | James Burton
ExxonMobil Chairman Rex Tillerson speaks at ExxonMobil annual shareholders meeting in 2008 (Photo by Brian Harkin/Getty Images)

‘ExxonMobil’s senior-most executives knew…’

Despite Progress, Algae Diesel Stills Years To Go In Development

Energy | Tim Pearce
An X-ray tomographic picture of fossil thread-like red algae, tinted to show detail

‘A path toward scale and commercial viability’

'Consistency': Why World's Second-Largest Oil Company CEO Wants To Keep Obama's Climate Agenda

Energy | Michael Bastasch
FILE PHOTO - A combination of file photos shows the logos of five of the largest publicly traded oil companies BP Chevron Exxon Mobil Royal Dutch Shell,and Total

‘One of the biggest concerns that I have’

EXCLUSIVE: NY AG's Private Email History Raises Questions About Anti-Exxon Campaign

Energy | Chris White
New York State attorney general Eric Schneiderman speaks at a rally to celebrate the passage of the minimum wage for fast-food workers by the New York State Fast Food Wage Board in New York July 22, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

How often did Schneiderman’s office uses personal emails for professional meetings?

Is Automation Limiting The Number Of Jobs Created By The Texas Oil Boom?

Energy | Andrew Follett
Oil industry equipment. filtered picture of oil pump jack. Shutterstock.com/Chirkov

‘Computers now direct drill bits that were once directed manually’

Gov't Report: World's Demand For Oil Is Only Going Up

Energy | Andrew Follett
Landscape image of a oil well pumpjack wiith an early morning golden sunrise and American USA red White and Blue Flag background. (Shutterstock/James BO Insogna)

Oil just keeps becoming more important…

Dangerous Neighborhoods And The U.S.

Opinion | Raoul Lowery-Contreras

Will the new administration pay attention to the former Soviet Union’s longest-running conflict?

OPEC's Attempts To Kill Fracking Made It 'Leaner And More Efficient,' Says Gov't

Energy | Andrew Follett
A WPX Energy natural gas drilling rig north of Parachute, Colorado, December 9, 2014. The economy of Parachute, with a current population of approximately 1000 people, was devastated when thousands of workers lost their jobs on "Black Sunday" in 1982, after Exxon terminated the Colony Shale Oil Project. The current rise of hydraulic fracking in natural gas retrieval has given a cautious hope to the town's inhabitants, who know market demand and price can effect their local economy. (Reuters/Jim Urquhart)

U.S. fracking has ‘improved in leaps and bounds’