Critics claim the oil conglomerate is attempting to control the debate on climate action and dodge financial liability.
The most limited rise in global temperatures—never mind higher ones—is going to exact a price.
The Shanghai futures market is trading in the Chinese currency, the yuan, rather than in dollars. The move will allow China to buy Iranian crude till the cows come home, evading U.S. sanctions.
President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
Lawmakers ban investment in companies that derive more than 20 percent of their revenue from coal, oil and gas, the key drivers of climate change. Ireland is the first country in the world to take such action.
The Bureau of Land Management mistakenly posts online details on about 900 ancient cliff dwellings, spiritual structures, rock art panels and other antiquities in Utah.
Oil leases could cover Colorado's North Fork Valley.
According to a Bloomberg report, the administration is considering tapping the country's crude oil reserve.
Iran’s official for the Organization of Petroleum Countries says the president's Twitter activity is roiling the oil markets.
The Roman Catholic leader forthrightly reminds oil company CEOs that climate change is a moral issue.