Shell vs. the Climate: Expanding Oil and Gas, Fueling the Climate Crisis

March 18, 2024By Oil Change InternationalBriefings, Global Industry, Resources

This briefing assesses Shell’s fossil fuel extraction plans in light of Shell’s appeal of a Dutch court verdict requiring the company to take responsibility for its climate pollution. Our analysis shows that Shell continues to plan for levels of oil and gas production and investment that undermine the world’s chances of curtailing climate disaster.

LNG Kills: How Biden’s Pause on New Export Authorizations Doesn’t Go Far Enough

February 8, 2024By Andy RowellBlog Post, Deep Dive, Featured, News

While Manchin and his industry allies spread tired old myths about America saving the world from Putin and Chinese coal plants, the reality is the energy transition is already moving away from gas faster than most people think. That action needs to focus on a phase-out of all fossil fuel exports and protections and reparations for the frontline communities.

Carbon Capture’s Publicly Funded Failure

November 30, 2023By Oil Change InternationalBlog Post, Briefings, Resources

Governments have spent over $20 billion – and have approved up to $200 billion more – of public money on carbon capture and storage (CCS), providing a lifeline for the fossil fuel industry. Almost 80% of operating carbon capture capacity globally sends captured CO2 to produce more oil via Enhanced Oil Recovery, while many of the world’s largest CCS projects overpromise and underdeliver.