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Turns out that Deb Haaland, a Native American lawmaker determined to tackle climate change, scares Republicans bankrolled by the oil and gas industry.
Even Exxon Mobil and BP oppose the EPA’s decision to eliminate regulations on methane.
But the industry’s political lobbying during the pandemic has been a smashing success.
"Deepwater Horizon is not the worst-case scenario,” one oceanographer warned.
A new deal to slash oil output will benefit Trump's campaign contributors and "favorite autocrats" in Saudi Arabia and Russia, the economist points out.
Numerous indigenous groups consider Hovenweep National Monument and its prehistoric structures to be sacred.
Even some oil and gas companies oppose the EPA plan to loosen regulation of the potent greenhouse gas.
The oil industry hatched a plan to recruit scientists to sow doubt about the climate change threat. The White House carries that torch.
The former oil and gas lobbyist said Thursday that extending his ethics recusals would leave him “handcuffed.”
The oil industry “leads the pack by a mile,” with the American Petroleum Institute accounting for nearly half the total.
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history hasn’t stopped the Trump administration from prioritizing fossil fuel development.
The interior chief was so comfortable playing the part of an oil man he momentarily forgot he wasn't one.
Even in dry states, it’s unclear whether the reused water would be safe.
The oil and gas industry spent a record $31 million urging the Evergreen State to vote "No."
The Native American Democrat is challenging a 30-year GOP incumbent for an office that oversees the oil and gas industry’s tremor-inducing wastewater injection wells.
Environmental groups loathed NAFTA for helping to outsource pollution to Mexico. The revised deal may make that worse.
Growth in the drilling and tech industries helped boost the national economy.
The Department of Interior is quietly preparing to offer hundreds of thousands of acres of public land for leasing to energy companies.
Unplugged wells can leak explosive gas into neighborhoods and leach toxins into groundwater.
San Francisco and Oakland had sued major oil firms to hold them accountable for global warming’s damaging effects.