Multiple lawsuit threats have plagued the oil industry this week as environmental concerns begin to rise.
A deal was signed despite Exxon's concerns that it could violate U.S. anti-corruption laws, according to Global Witness.
The Democrat turned Republican West Virginia governor proposes bribing power companies to use coal instead of natural gas.
A study of emergency room visits in China suggests that severe heat is less bad for our health than severe cold.
Tillerson wanted to remain in the Accord to advance the American fossil fuel industry's agenda.
It doesn't appear that Trump wants to keep his appointee at State in the loop.
New York's attorney general said it found Tillerson had used an email address under the pseudonym "Wayne Tracker" for at least six years.
Despite concerns about the former Exxon Mobil CEO's ties to Russia, he won a 53-42 vote.
Indonesian plaintiffs say Exxon Mobil was complicit in the abuse of people in the Aceh Province, where the firm used to extract gas.
Evidence seems to contradict the secretary of state nominee and former Exxon Mobil CEO's claims at confirmation hearing.
Sixteen key questions for secretary of state pick Rex Tillerson.
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.
American diplomats documented some of Rex Tillerson's global dealings in State Department cables leaked to WikiLeaks in 2010.
'Additional candidates' to be interviewed this week as the field widens beyond Romney, Giuliani, Petraeus, Corker.
The SEC is investigating whether the oil giant ignores or lies about how market fluctuations affect its profits.
The fight to hold ExxonMobil responsible for its climate change denial keeps stalling.
Sowing doubt about fossil fuels' effect on climate change has parallels to the tobacco industry's deception on the dangers of smoking.
"The world is going to have to continue using fossil fuels, whether they like it or not," said the energy giant's CEO.
Exxon said it was weighing a response to a subpoena from the state's attorney general.
Unless Mexico invites in foreign oil investors soon, a country with the world's second-largest untapped crude reserves could become a net energy importer.