Oil Change International and Greenpeace USA released a report today raising serious questions about both the methodology and the intent of Cheniere’s so called cargo emission tags or CETs.
A new academic paper outlines why gas is not a so-called bridge fuel to a zero emission future. The scientists conclude that “a fossil fuel with a high climate impact, often hidden under a misleading narrative, which hinders decarbonization via infrastructure expansion, and so creates carbon lock-in effects and bears high economic risk, cannot be a solution towards a zero-emission future.”
The American Petroleum Industry’s greenhouse gas reporting template obscures the U.S. oil & gas industry’s massive responsibility for the climate crisis.
A great joint investigation by Channel 4 news in the UK and InfluenceMap has found that oil industry lobbyists are using social media such as Facebook and Instagram to promote the continued use of gas and the myth that gas is a green fuel.
The API claims gas is the main reason US power sector emissions are down. Our latest analysis shows it’s not.
A detailed analysis by Oil Change International of the public statements and commitments by the American Petroleum Institute (API) around methane emissions and climate change has uncovered a decade of spurious data, deceptive messaging, and disingenuous public positioning by the big oil spin doctors.
A new study published last week confirms what we already knew about oil and gas in the Permian Basin. It’s an unmitigated disaster.
A day after meeting big oil bosses at the White House last Friday, Donald Trump was at his usual chest-thumbing best defending an industry he loves: “I am a big believer in our great energy business, and we’re going to take care of our energy business,” he said at a press conference.
For years, the fossil fuel industry has argued that gas is clean. But we know the truth: Gas is not a bridge fuel, and is not compatible with a climate-safe future.
Recent analysis shows that oil majors — including Oil & Gas Climate Initiative members — are set to spend hundreds of billions of dollars more on exploration and extraction of oil and gas that the world cannot afford to burn, eclipsing symbolic ‘low-carbon’ efforts.