Precedent set by court in Norway could embolden judges and campaigners further afield.
Gold hydrogen is naturally occurring gas trapped in pockets under the ground – in much the same way as oil and natural gas
Any efforts to tackle methane emissions must first begin with measuring the intensity of those emissions.
Investors seem not to care about climate risks, but they really should.
A longstanding territorial dispute could flare into open confrontation in South America.
To avert climate breakdown, most of the world’s coal, oil and gas must stay underground.
Temperature records are tumbling – how much progress is really being made towards tackling climate change?
If Alberta prepares to transition from oil and gas to solar energy, the workforce will need retraining. New research shows that this will cost less than expected.
Environmental degradation of Nigeria’s Niger Delta region is causing poverty as well as food insecurity, increased crime and conflict.
The oil and gas industry is struggling to retain talent – here’s why.
By making individuals responsible for reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, the oil industry is deflecting responsibility for making profound changes in their production practices.
Recent events in Nagorno-Karabakh are a clear case of ethnic cleansing of the regions Armenian population.
Even with a 75% tax, energy companies can claim tax reliefs on UK projects.
Using agricultural land for both solar and food production presents huge opportunities for Canadian farmers, especially in Alberta.
A pipeline that has carried Canadian oil and gas across Wisconsin and Michigan for 70 years has become a symbol of fossil fuel politics and a test of local regulatory power.
What do Rishi Sunak’s 100 new drilling licences mean for the UK’s net zero target?
Oil producers behave as if heatwaves, forest fires and rising sea levels were happening on another planet.
Regulating greenhouse gas emissions is an important part of Canada’s strategy to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. However, a newly published study illustrates why enforcing regulation is key.
Falling gas prices led to declining interest and investment by oil and gas companies, squeezing out the supply sectors in the process.
Newly elected Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is likely to chart a course forward that involves brawls with Ottawa. Here’s what that means for Canadian Confederation.