Gas Station Owner Who Stopped Selling Fuel Over 'Ripoff' Prices Applauded
Ren's Mobil Station owner Reynold Gladu received praise for protesting oil companies "fleecing Americans."
How Much Did Exxon Make Last Year? Biden Demands Oil Giant Pay Its Taxes
The president said Exxon "made more money than God this year."
ExxonMobil Explosion in Texas Declared 'Major Industrial Accident'
The oil and gas company said its emergency response teams were still working to extinguish the fire. Air quality at the site and fence line is also being monitored.
Gas Trade Group Calls Biden's Demand for Probe a 'Distraction'
The president asked the FTC to investigate whether Americans are paying more for gas "because of anti-competitive or otherwise potentially illegal conduct."
Republican Rep. Michael Guest Violates Stock Trading Rules
Mississippi Congressman Michael Guest purchased $1,001 to $15,000 worth of Exxon stock and sold between $1,001 to $15,000 worth of BP.
Big Oil Stays Quiet on Stopping Anti-Electric Vehicle Lobbyist Efforts
When Congressman Ro Khanna asked the four Big Oil CEOs if they would leave the API if it continued lobbying against electric vehicles, they declined to answer.
U.S. Oil Companies Won't Commit to Lowering Production, European Firms Do
When pressed by Congressman Ro Khanna over whether they would decrease oil production, the CEOs of Chevron and Exxon avoided answering the question.
Big Oil to Testify on Climate Change Disinformation for the First Time
The world's largest oil companies will answer questions before Congress on their alleged efforts to obscure the role of fossil fuels in global warming.
Android Auto, Google Assistant Upgrades Rolling Out Soon
New software updates for Google Assistant and Android Auto are designed to improve the user experience and offer added functionalities.
AOC Hits Back at 'Patronizing' Joe Manchin For Calling Her 'Young Lady'
Manchin referred to the congresswoman as "young lady" while denying her claim that he has weekly "huddles" with Exxon and other lobbyists.
Massive Fire Breaks Out at Exxon Refinery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Exxon said a volunteer fire crew had the blaze at the facility in Baton Rouge contained and no injuries have been reported.
New Climate Change Lawsuits Plague Oil Industry During Rough Week
Multiple lawsuit threats have plagued the oil industry this week as environmental concerns begin to rise.
Tillerson's Exxon Mobil Involved in Corrupt Oil Deals
A deal was signed despite Exxon's concerns that it could violate U.S. anti-corruption laws, according to Global Witness.
How To Sue Big Oil
Cities, companies and individuals across the U.S. are taking a stand against big oil companies for its role in climate change.
Coal Friendly Trump Set to Slash Energy Subsidies
He proposes cutting renewable energy and energy efficiency subsidies by 72 percent.
We Urgently Need to Replace King Coal's Jobs
There were 228,569 US coal jobs in 1980. By 2016 there were just 53,420.
Can Big Oil Be Sued for Causing Global Warming?
New York, San Francisco and Oakland are suing oil companies for causing 'catastrophic harm.'
US Coal Miners Undermine Putin's Energy Weapon
In 2014, 100 percent of Ukraine's nuclear fuel came from Russia. By 2016, Russia's share was down to 55 percent.
Putin Blames 'Bad Company' for Turning Tillerson
As ExxonMobil chief, Donald Trump's Secretary of State was awarded Russia's Order of Friendship, but relations have soured since.
Would Trump Subsidize Electric Companies Who Burn Coal?
The Democrat turned Republican West Virginia governor proposes bribing power companies to use coal instead of natural gas.
Does Global Warming Help Us Live Longer, Fitter Lives?
A study of emergency room visits in China suggests that severe heat is less bad for our health than severe cold.
Trump's Paris Decision Won't Benefit U.S. Coal Miners
Tillerson wanted to remain in the Accord to advance the American fossil fuel industry's agenda.
Is Tillerson Becoming a Lame-Duck Secretary of State?
It doesn't appear that Trump wants to keep his appointee at State in the loop.
Rex Tillerson Used an Alias to Discuss Climate Change
New York's attorney general said it found Tillerson had used an email address under the pseudonym "Wayne Tracker" for at least six years.
Senate Confirms Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State
Despite concerns about the former Exxon Mobil CEO's ties to Russia, he won a 53-42 vote.
Tillerson Denies Lobbying, but Records Say Otherwise
Evidence seems to contradict the secretary of state nominee and former Exxon Mobil CEO's claims at confirmation hearing.
Would Tillerson Defend the Baltics if Putin Invaded?
Sixteen key questions for secretary of state pick Rex Tillerson.
Trump's Nominees and the Coming Environmental Disaster
Man-made earthquakes, caused by fracking, threaten to take out a crucial part of the nation's energy infrastructure. But don't expect Rex Tillerson, Scott Pruitt or Rick Perry to do anything about it.
What WikiLeaks Reveals About Trump's State Dept. Pick
American diplomats documented some of Rex Tillerson's global dealings in State Department cables leaked to WikiLeaks in 2010.
Robert Reich: Trump's Treacherous Ties to Russia
A dark cloud of illegitimacy hangs over his pending presidency.