Enrique Rosero spent years helping Exxon quantify and develop new oil reserves. But after he raised the touchy subject of climate change, he said he was pushed out.
ExxonMobil is losing money for the first time in decades. The company's strategy to turn things around: exploit oil in Guyana, one of South America's poorest countries, accelerating the climate emergency there.
New York state prosecutors tried to prove that Exxon misled investors by keeping two different sets of books: one for investors and another private.
The former oil giant CEO used an email address for "Wayne Tracker" to talk to his employees about climate change.
Massachusetts just filed a second major lawsuit against the oil giant.
A former Exxon scientist just spilled the truth to Congress.
Successful lawsuits cost the tobacco industry hundreds of billions. We asked experts about the likelihood of energy giants meeting the same fate.
Alberta's bitumen may be obsolete much sooner than you think.
The decades-long attempt to obscure data about climate change doesn’t work in the companies’ favor.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discovered the alleged alias email in his ongoing probe into whether Exxonmobil mislead shareholders about the effects of global warming.