Forget Shell’s takeover of BG – it’s time for Big Oil to plan for managed decline
Resource sovereignty, OPEC and climate change: implications for Ecuador in the struggle to protect biodiversity and indigenous rights in Yasuni National Park
Oil companies demanded tax breaks in UK Budget, despite their eye-watering profit levels – OCI/Plaform analysis. UPDATED with the Budget announcement
How BP’s Outlook for Energy looks to the past not the future
What does the death of Saudi King Abdullah mean for the climate?
Last week we exposed ExxonMobil’s Outlook for Energy as a corporate fantasy rather than a forecast. ExxonMobil’s head of public affairs called our work ill-informed and “odious” but chose not to answer our arguments…
Exxon published its Outlook for Energy today. We show why it should be viewed as the corporate propaganda it is.