A new report out from Oil Change International, in partnership with 11 other local, regional, and national organizations, shows that current projections for U.S. natural gas production – fueled by a boom in the Appalachian Basin – will lock in enough carbon to bust through agreed climate goals.
The Obama Administration has chosen to prioritize the transport of oil and the profits of oil companies ahead of the safety of residents. The industry’s justifications are no longer true, if in fact they ever were. It is high time to ban crude oil transportation by rail.
We give a quick overview of the EIA’s early release of the AEO 2016, and recommend you take their advice. This is not a forecast.
Forecast gas production growth will bust the climate, even with no methane leakage.
The recently released draft five-year plan for offshore oil and gas drilling is predicated on a failure to act on stated climate policy. To remedy this, the U.S. government should act quickly to implement a climate test in order to evaluate energy decisions on the basis of our national and international climate commitments.
Exxon is out with its annual forecast for a world dominated by fossil fuels and thrown into climate chaos. Why are we not surprised?
A proposed Bakken oil pipeline through New York State appears to be based on wishful thinking.
In which we demonstrate that dismissing the climate impact of lifting the crude oil export ban is wrong.
The states of Washington and Oregon are facing a quadrupling of their crude-by-rail terminal capacity to over a million barrels a day. This report examines the impact that expansion will have on unlocking carbon and thereby exacerbating climate change.
Last week, we released a report entitled, Lockdown: the end of growth in the tar sands. The report, based on our unique Integrated North American Pipelines model (INAP), concludes that the tar sands sector is running out of room for growth. This is because with every proposed major pipeline delayed by citizen opposition, an imminent … Read More