Offshore renewable energy installations could provide so much more than just clean electricity.
A Chevron oil refinery in Richmond, California.
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As global oil consumption drops, oil companies are pivoting to petrochemicals, and could crowd out bio-based alternatives.
U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland speaks in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Oct. 1, 2018.
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If confirmed, US Rep. Deb Haaland of New Mexico would be the first Native American to run the agency that interacts with tribal nations. But her agenda extends far beyond Indian Country.
Fishermen on the shore by decommissioned oil rigs in Port Aransas, Texas (March 11, 2019).
Republicans claim that Biden’s clean-energy program would mean massive job losses in the oil-and-gas sector. The figures cited are not supported by the facts.
Caribou from the Porcupine Caribou Herd migrate onto the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in northeast Alaska.
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The Trump administration is opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas leasing – a step that’s as much about politics as it is about energy.
A pump jack in the town of Signal Hill, California, which sits within the Long Beach Oil Field near the Port of Long Beach.
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A new study finds an association between living near active oil and gas wells in California and low birth-weight infants, adding to findings elsewhere on health risks from oil and gas production.
A coal mine in the mountains in Alberta.
Environmental monitoring and public participation are necessary to maintain transparency and protect ecosystems and communities.
The oil and gas sector has transformed Newfoundland and Labrador over the past few decades.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil and gas industry is the province’s largest contributor to the economy and will be critically important to its future.
Alberta’s new ministerial orders modify some industrial environmental reporting requirements in the province.
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Alberta has modified its environmental rules, becoming the first to do so during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our lives have been disrupted and impacted in unprecedented ways by the measures put in place to address the current pandemic.
When the things we consider to be normal break down, outcomes that once seemed unlikely or extraordinary become possible.
Supporters of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline set up a support station near Gidimt'en checkpoint near Houston B.C., in January 2020.
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The fact that so many Canadian pension funds are tied to oil and gas companies is a deeply structural form of racialized oppression and a denial of Indigenous rights.
The Saudi government’s oil firm is set to become the world’s biggest public company, but investors are already betting against its long-term prospects.
Oil pump jacks in Williston, N.D.
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How are oil companies positioning themselves for a post-carbon world? So far, cautiously.
A powerful heat-trapping gas, methane is released from the natural gas delivery infrastructure.
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Two energy scholars who have studied the extent of methane leaks in the oil and gas industry explain what rescinding methane emissions regulations will mean to the climate and industry.
A seismic line (petroleum exploration corridor) traverses a wetland in northern Alberta.
Petroleum exploration in Alberta has disturbed more than 1,900 sq. km of wetlands in Alberta, boosting emissions of methane: a potent greenhouse gas.
Sunrise in the Salinas Valley, an agriculture hub of central California. Depleted aquifers have left once-valuable cropland useless.
Groundwater supplies around the world are under threat as drilling companies bore deeper and deeper wells.
Saudi Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Khalid Al-Falih.
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The oil-exporting organization may have mustered the political will to cut production, but its disunity remains intact.