RCMP Linked to Company Behind Explicit Greta Thunberg Sticker
A senior manager at the company that distributed the explicit art volunteered with the Red Deer RCMP, the same detachment that ruled the stickers weren’t child pornography.
Alaska initiative to protect wild salmon could kill off a massive open-pit mine
Proposition 1 would protect rivers the salmon need to spawn but the oil, gas, and mining industries say it would make new projects a "deal killer."
Indonesia's Running Out of Oil Reserves, But That Doesn't Mean It's Running Out of Oil
Yeah, there is a difference, but really either one is going to hurt your wallet.
Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency Are Saving Nigeria’s Polluted Niger Delta Region
A new initiative wants to transform locals from an economic prisoners into sustainable entrepreneurs.
How Trump's trade plans could spell trouble for Canadian oil
The Canadian oil industry celebrated Donald Trump's approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. But there are lots of reasons it should be worried.
Sabotage in oil country
Vandals racked up between $500,000 and $700,000 in damages to a pipeline earlier this month, near Hythe, Alberta, using construction equipment to dig up part of the pipeline, which was not operational and caused no spill.
Much of the World Is Still Subsidizing Gas Prices Like 'Climate Change LOL'
According to a new report, the gas tax global mean fell 13.3 percent between 2003 and 2015.
Disturbing Photos of American Oilfields Look Like Abstract Expressionism
Using satellite imagery Mishka Henner's '18 Pumpjacks' turns the oil industry into abstract art.
Cheap Oil Is Ruining Aberdeen's Sex Work Industry
We spoke to sex workers, an economist and a sex work charity volunteer about what a $50 per barrel oil price means for the oldest trade on the planet.
Women Talk About What it's Like Working on an Offshore Oil Rig
"They just work you until you're broken and then you're done. It's very high turnover. It gets to a point where you weigh up your odds."
Fort McMurray Residents Remain Displaced as Fire Pushes North
Estimates put the oil industry at a $770 million loss, and more evacuations have been ordered as the fire moves north.
The Internet of Things Is Making Oil Production Vulnerable to Hacking
"What we’re seeing is a real revolution taking place inside all manufacturing types, especially oil and gas."