Tech giant says it will honor contracts, but pulls away from energy partnerships following the release of a Greenpeace report.
State agency says construction of NESE would violate water quality standards.
Shareholder activists have this year taken up a call to split the CEO and chairman roles at Exxon Mobil, expecting a better reception for climate-change proposals from an outsider.
PHMSA says the state’s limits on vapor pressure won’t reduce the chance of explosions.
The Trans Mountain pipeline is owned by the Canadian government and has become a focus for environmental and indigenous groups.
Investment interest for oil and gas companies in the coming months will be significantly impacted by ESG factors.
A U.S. judge halted nearly 300 oil and gas leases on a large section of federal land in Montana and ordered the agency to conduct a thorough environmental analysis of the impact of fracking on drinking water.
Department of Justice, Army Corps of Engineers file a motion to limit the scope of the ruling.
The regional director of the IOGP discusses the association’s role in a changing upstream environment.
Fresh off of a $2.27 billion merger with Jagged Peak Energy, Permian producer Parsley Energy is raising its profile on Wall Street—and raising awareness of ESG issues. Is it the new model for independent producers?