American Petroleum Institute
On Sunday night, the completely United States sat down as one to watch the 2017 Super Bowl. But because it's 2017, the Super Bowl can't just be the Super Bowl — the entire country is on high metaphor alert, and the symbolism was too much for some.
A US judge ruled this week that America's youth may hold their government accountable for global warming.
Documents obtained by the Center for International Energy Law reveal that as early as the 1960s oil companies were developing technologies to reduce and capture carbon dioxide, which may have helped to avoid decades of planet-warming emissions.
Climate change is a legacy issue for the US president and the latest rule is among a growing list of executive actions aimed at cutting domestic greenhouse gas emissions.
Natural gas boosters say the fuel burns cleaner than coal, but methane leaks at well heads and along pipelines mean it might actually be hindering, rather than helping, the fight against global warming.
A trove of newly released documents reveal the fossil fuel industry was told decades ago that rising amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere "may be the cause of serious world-wide environmental changes."
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed rules that will require companies to disclose how much they pay for the right to drill and mine for resources around the world.
In the race to respond to the Deepwater Horizon disaster, researchers say it may have been better to let natural systems disperse oil rather than use chemical dispersants.
Despite being aware of climate change as early as 1981, the company has provided over $30 million to groups that have sown doubt about the scientific consensus that the Earth is warming and human activities are the primary cause.
The US Department of Transportation has proposed a phase-out of dangerous DOT-111 tanker cars but the new model that will take their place has been involved in a series of explosions over the past month.
Astrophysicist Wei-Hock “Willie” Soon received $1.2 million in funding from oil companies, utilities, and a Koch-brothers foundation in exchange for authoring scientific papers that argued increased solar activity explained global warming.
Despite oil and natural gas prices hitting rock bottom, the fossil fuels industry still has big plans for Quebec.