Earlier this week, Exxon’s PR juggernaut won a victory as they achieved some breathless coverage of their contributions toward an effort by former Republican officials to push a carbon fee and dividend policy proposal forward. But, if you get beyond the smoke and mirrors of Exxon’s public relations, you’ll see this effort for what it … Read More
Shell and its joint partner Exxon look set for further confrontation with the Dutch government over a series of small earthquakes that have plagued its operations for years in the north of the country.
Shell’s scenarios leader says: “I am tasked with making sure that Shell isn’t a dodo.” So will Shell become extinct in the upcoming energy transition or dominate the new energy landscape?
There’s a battle taking place over how we think our energy future will unfold. And tomorrow, the organization that arguably holds a near monopoly over how most decision-makers perceive this future – the International Energy Agency (IEA) – will release its latest volley.
The Paradise Papers reveal the offshore financial affairs of some richest individuals, including key members of Donald Trump’s cabinet.
“Exxon’s climate denial created this iceberg. It should be named after it too”.
Washington DC is still reeling this morning with the news that Donald Trump yesterday sacked FBI director, James Comey. Ostensibly, the White House is saying that Comey’s firing is all about his botched investigation into Clinton’s emails. But everyone knows that is not the truth.
The oil giant may have its man of choice in the White House and its old boss as Secretary of State, but Exxon is once again coming under pressure over its stance on climate change.
Two landmark legal cases are becoming intertwined after the Attorneys representing 21 youth plaintiffs demanded that the US Government and American Petroleum Institute hand over a series of alias emails that were used by Rex Tillerson, then head of Exxon, to discuss climate change.
Oil companies including ExxonMobil, BP and Shell are risking billions of dollars of investor capital, by basing decisions on distorted claims about the future of energy, according to a new report.