Oil

The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The Oil Industry Spent Millions to Kill an Anti-Pollution Measure

BP America, Chevron USA, and the Koch brothers were among those who spent $31 million to defeat the ballot initiative.
VICE Staff
11.12.18
climate change

Big Oil’s Business Model Could Be on the Verge of Failing

What happens when demand for oil peaks and starts to fall?
Geoff Dembicki
3.27.18
VICELAND

We Met the Oklahoma Tribe Fighting to Stop Big Oil from Polluting Its Land

Jamali Maddix explores how a Native American tribe is battling environmental racism on 'HATE THY NEIGHBOR.'
VICE Staff
3.20.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

#MeToo dominates the Golden Globes, Kushner company took $30 million from Israeli investor, flooding wreaks havoc at JFK airport, and more.
VICE Staff
1.8.18
protest

What Anti-Pipeline Warriors Have Learned from Standing Rock

The protest didn't stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, but it energized a movement.
Cole Kazdin
8.1.17
View My Own

Blame Oil's Decline for the Middle East's Latest Conflict

The confrontation between Qatar and Saudi Arabia comes down to the competition between oil and natural gas.
Ryan Riegg
7.31.17
sculpture

Why Is a Simulated Smoke Flag Flying Over Texas?

John Gerrard tips his hat to America's oil consumption.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.6.17
painting

Hyperreal Polar Bear Paintings Are as Sweet as Can Be

Imagine a fantasy world were the bears majestically float in space and laze in flowers.
Diana Shi
6.25.17
experimental film

"All the Colors" Dance in This Mesmerizing Macro Fluid Video

Thomas Blanchard and Oilhack use the whole damn spectrum to create a universe of paint, oil, and soap.
Beckett Mufson
6.19.17
galleries

An Eclectic Show Illustrates Perspectives on Anxiety

"Warranted Non-Compliance" showcases works by the duo Mirf and artist Christopher Johnson.
Andrew Nunes
6.6.17
oil painting

Dammit, Cows Look Beautiful in These Oil Paintings

"Most of us see this part of the food chain from distance. I work closely with the cow for an immediacy that creates an instant connection."
DJ Pangburn
4.30.17
true crime

After Finding Oil, These Native Americans Were Murdered

The Osage people became famously rich with oil money in the 1920s. Then they started turning up dead.
Seth Ferranti
4.18.17
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