Trump EPA Plan to Gut Emission Rules for Oil and Gas Industry Denounced as 'Beyond Comprehension'
"If Trump is reelected and this rule sticks, it is probably the single most consequential near-term climate decision of his presidency."
The World's Worst Oil Related Disaster You've Never Heard Of | I Was There
Chevron has escaped its responsibilities with the connivance of crooked lawyers & Governments ! The legacy is well shown here & the tragic events are clear to see for all time. The end of the priceless Amazon is being cast & the World will increasingly find the cost as the World's ecosystem goes into free-fall ! Our young will never forgive us - we will ALL be affected !!!!!!
Giant oil company is building world's largest facility to turn vegetable oil and grease into cleaner gasoline
Phillips 66 announced Wednesday it plans to reconfigure its Rodeo, Calif., facility to produce renewable fuel from used cooking oils, fats, greases and soybean oils by 2024.
Steven Donziger, Who Battled Chevron in Ecuador, Has Been Disbarred
After helping indigenous Ecuadorians win a $9.8 billion verdict against Chevron for polluting the Amazon rainforest, Steven Donziger’s decades-long advocacy ended in his disbarment on Thursday.
So We're All in This Together...Really? What About Big Oil? - CounterPunch.org
What are we make of the fact that the price of oil tanked to below zero per barrel on April 22, the greatest drop in history? The price has gone up slightly since then, hovering around $16 a barrel on April 25th, but it is still severely depressed. Who will suffer from this? And perhaps more importantly, who will gain? More
Fracking Company Has Made It Rain Toxic Water Upon New Mexico Without Penalty
Is New Mexico's state government aiding and abetting fracking companies' damage to humans and the environment?
Ecuadoreans Won’t Back Down in Fighting Chevron-Texaco Over Amazon Oil Disaster - Upside Down World
Years into the fight to hold Chevron-Texaco accountable for the “Amazon Chernobyl,” those involved are still struggling to win justice for victims, clean up the rainforest, and combat corporate impunity. With the future of their communities and the environment at stake, they refuse to give up. [...]
Shell's Twitter fail: We want YOU to solve climate change!
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others ridiculed the oil company's post.
Opinion | Ten Years After the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, We’re on Course to Repeat One of Our Worst Mistakes
In the past few years, the Trump administration has signaled that it wants to vastly expand offshore drilling, including lifting drilling bans in parts of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans.
Opinion | 13 Years Is Too Long for Victims of Shell's Oil Spills to Wait for Justice
This case has beaten a path through the undergrowth for victims of corporate crimes. Now we need strong laws to make this avenue easier to access.
"After 13 Years, Justice!" Dutch Court Orders Shell Oil to Pay for Harm Done to Nigerian Farmers
"Victims of environmental pollution, land grabbing, or exploitation now have a better chance to win a legal battle against the companies involved."
Chevron’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Tweet Prompts a Debate About Big Oil and Environmental Justice - Inside Climate News
When Chevron tweeted “black lives matter” on June 5, the multinational U.S. energy corporation evoked a visceral reaction from many climate activists. “Your performative solidarity with the Black community is an absolute joke,” Communities for a Better Environment, a California-based environmental justice organization, responded. “You should be ashamed of yourself for killing, poisoning and ruining […]
Millions of oil wells have been abandoned. Who will clean them up?
The number of abandoned oil and gas wells is on the verge of exploding. These industry insiders want to be part of the solution.
Capture of CO2 and Hydrogen as Part of Latin America's Energy Future
While struggling to increase the generation and consumption of renewable energy, Latin America is beginning to see the rise of new technologies, such as the capture and storage of carbon and hydrogen from fossil fuels or wind and solar energy. But these technologies require substantial investments and the deployment of infrastructure, which raises doubts about …