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Tory MPs Tout Carbon Capture at Chevron-Sponsored Event

  2023-10-04 by in DeSmog

MANCHESTER – Conservative MPs gave resounding backing to the fossil fuel industry this week at a conference event paid for by U.S. oil giant Chevron.  The panel “Can fossil fuel companies play a role in the energy transition?” was hosted on Tuesday in Manchester by Conservative think tank Bright Blue and Chevron. Chevron is headquartered […]

  Tagged under: Carbon Capture and Storage | UK Politics | Chevron

California sues world's largest oil companies, alleging they caused billions of dollars in damages

  2023-09-18 (or before) in ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Chevron | Shell | Exxon | California | BP

Upcoming Regulatory Cases in the Supreme Court - Legal Planet

  2023-09-11 by Dan Farber in Legal Planet - Environmental Law and Policy

Three weeks from today, the Supreme Court starts its 2023 Term. There are two blockbuster cases on the docket.  In one case, the issue is whether to overrule the Chevron case, which has been foundational to administrative law for the past four decades. In the other, the issue is agency power to sanction violations of … Continue reading "Upcoming Regulatory Cases in the Supreme Court"

  Tagged under: Chevron

Woodside, Chevron say WA faces gas supply crunch as scientists warn of 'climate time bomb'

  2023-09-02 in ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Climate Change | Chevron

Oil Giants From Shell to Chevron Say Gas Here to Stay for Green Transition - Bloomberg

  2023-06-26 (or before) in Bloomberg

The biggest fossil fuel players are making the message clear: the transition to a green future will require much more natural gas.

  Tagged under: Chevron | Shell | Russia

How much do fossil fuel companies owe in climate reparations?

  2023-05-25 (or before) in Quartz | Make business better

Saudi Aramco, ExxonMobil, Shell, BP and Chevron are the companies that owe the most for damages to the climate

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Climate Change | Chevron | Shell | Economics | Exxon | BP | Saudi Arabia | Aramco

‘Worthless’: Chevron’s carbon offsets are mostly junk and some may harm, research says

  2023-05-24 in The Guardian

Exclusive: investigation finds energy giant’s efforts to offset its huge emissions rely on schemes with little impact

  Tagged under: Chevron

This “Climate-Friendly” Fuel Comes With an Astronomical Cancer Risk

  2023-04-14 (or before) by in Pro Publica

Almost half of products cleared so far under the new federal biofuels program are not in fact biofuels — and the EPA acknowledges that the plastic-based ones may present an “unreasonable risk” to human health or the environment.

  Tagged under: Chevron | Health

‘Monster profits’ for energy giants reveal a self-destructive fossil fuel resurgence

  2023-02-09 in The Guardian

Last year’s combined $200bn profit for the ‘big five’ oil and gas companies brings little hope of driving down emissions

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Chevron | TotalEnergies | Fossil Fuels

Criticism intensifies after big oil admits ‘gaslighting’ public over green aims

  2022-09-17 in The Guardian

Fury as ‘explosive’ documents reveal largest oil companies contradicted public statements and wished bedbugs upon critical activists

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Activism | Exxon | Chevron | Fossil Fuels | US Politics

Oil and gas firms’ green investments fail to match promise of publicity – study

  2022-09-08 in The Guardian

BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell and TotalEnergies spend $750m a year burnishing climate credentials but only 12% of capital on low-carbon development

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Chevron | TotalEnergies | Fossil Fuels

InfluenceMap Big Oil's Real Agenda on Climate Change 2022

  2022-09-08 (or before) in InfluenceMap

Following up on InfluenceMap's 2019 edition of 'Big Oil's Real Agenda', this latest report compares and contrasts the public communications, business operations, and policy engagement of 5 'supermajor' oil companies: BP, Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and TotalEnergies. The report provides evidence of significant inconsistencies between the companies' use of 'green claims' with their investment strategies and policy engagement on climate change.

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Climate Change | Chevron | TotalEnergies

The clean energy claims of BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil and Shell: A mismatch between discourse, actions and investments

  2022-05-02 (or before) in PLOS - Open Science

The energy products of oil and gas majors have contributed significantly to global greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and planetary warming over the past century. Decarbonizing the global economy by mid-century to avoid dangerous climate change thus cannot occur without a profound transformation of their fossil fuel-based business models. Recently, several majors are increasingly discussing clean energy and climate change, pledging decarbonization strategies, and investing in alternative energies. Some even claim to be transforming into clean energy companies. Given a history of obstructive climate actions and “greenwashing&rd...

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Climate Change | Chevron | Fossil Fuels | Finance

Exxon Announces Weak Net Zero Pledge

  2022-01-20 (or before) in Gizmodo | The Future Is Here

The company announced it plans to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. There are just a few teeny, tiny problems.

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Shell | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Chevron | Net Zero | Finance

A Forgotten Oil Well Births a 100-Foot Geyser in West Texas

  2022-01-12 in

The salty water spewing high on a Crane County ranch could be a sign of a “whack-a-mole” future in the Permian Basin.

  Tagged under: Chevron | Texas

Facing Prison, Steven Donziger Refuses to Be Silenced

  2021-10-25 in The Nation

The environmentalist lawyer says Chevron has “to try and destroy what I represent.”

  Tagged under: Chevron

This Attorney Took On Chevron. Then Chevron-Linked Judges and Private Prosecutors Had Him Locked Up.

  2021-08-12 by in Slate Magazine

All of their names should be known widely.

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Chevron | Judiciary

Donziger Found Guilty on Contempt Charges Related to Chevron-Ecuador Case - Drilled News

  2021-07-26 by in Drilled News

A federal judge has found attorney Steven Donziger guilty on six counts of criminal contempt related to an $18 billion dollar judgement he helped Ecuadorians win from Chevron over the dumping of toxic waste in the Amazon.

  Tagged under: Amazon Rainforest | Chevron

Victory for insurgents stuns Exxon as shareholders vote for a low-carbon future - ImpactAlpha

  2021-05-27 by in ImpactAlpha

ImpactAlpha, May 27 – In a single day, separate developments at ExxonMobil, Chevron and Shell sent an unmistakable signal to oil companies and investors: ...

  Tagged under: Shell | Exxon | Chevron

Supreme Court Delivers a Victory to Big Oil

  2021-05-19 in Sierra Club

Narrow ruling allows the carbon barons to keep running down the clock

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Chevron

How Much the Oil and Gas Industry Paid Lying Texas Republicans

  2021-02-17 (or before) in Earther | Gizmodo

As the crisis of rolling blackouts in Texas unfolds this week, some of the state’s loudest Republican politicians are falsely dragging “frozen wind turbines” as the cause. But behind the wind energy smears is a dizzying amount of fossil fuel money.

  Tagged under: Chevron | Economics | Texas | Wind Power | Finance

Fossil Fuel Companies Are No Friend to Democracy | The New Republic

  2021-01-14 (or before) in The New Republic

BP and other companies have expressed outrage over the Capitol riot, but they have a history of supporting authoritarians in other countries.

  Tagged under: BP | Chevron

How Oil and Gas Corporations Funded an Attempted Coup

  2021-01-11 (or before) in Greenpeace

Washington, DC — Oil and gas corporations, including Chevron and Exxon, have donated a total of $5.4 million to the seven Senators who voted to overturn the presidential election and bolstered a violent, failed attempted coup by pro-Trump extremists [1]. Greenpeace USA Senior Climate Campaigner John Noël said:  “Oil and gas corporations aided the political …

  Tagged under: USA | Exxon | Chevron | TotalEnergies | Greenpeace


  2020-10-15 (or before) by in

Chevron believes the future of energy is lower-carbon and affordable, reliable, ever-cleaner energy is essential to achieving a more sustainable world for all.

  Tagged under: Chevron | Sustainability

Nobel laureates condemn 'judicial harassment' of environmental lawyer

  2020-04-18 in The Guardian

Chevron’s treatment of Steven Donziger branded ‘an exceptionally bad case of intimidation’

  Tagged under: Rainforests | Amazon Rainforest | Chevron

Change climate policy now to avert oil market crisis, warns thinktank

  2020-01-31 in The Guardian

Governments risk derailing global fossil fuel demand with ‘handbrake turns’ in future

  Tagged under: Shell | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Climate Change | Chevron

How the Environmental Lawyer Who Won a Massive Judgment Against Chevron Lost Everything

  2020-01-29 (or before) in The Intercept

Steven Donziger won a multibillion-dollar judgment against Chevron in Ecuador. The company sued him in New York, and now he’s under house arrest.

  Tagged under: Chevron

Investors to Big Oil: Make It Rain

  2019-11-05 (or before) by in The Wall Street Journal - Breaking News, Business, Financial & Economic News, World News and Video

Investors want just one thing from the world’s biggest oil companies—cash—but it is becoming harder for the oil giants to deliver.

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Chevron | TotalEnergies

Fossil fuel big five 'spent €251m lobbying EU' since 2010

  2019-10-24 by Sandra Laville in The Guardian

Report comes amid calls for set up of firewall to protect politics from industry influence

  Tagged under: BP | Lobbying | European Union | Oil Industry | Shell | Exxon | Chevron | Fossil Fuels

Oil firms to pour extra 7m barrels per day into markets, data shows

  2019-10-10 in The Guardian

Projected production surge in next 12 years to be led by Shell despite climate crisis

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Chevron | Fracking | Fossil Fuels | Saudi Arabia | Aramco

Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions

  2019-10-09 in The Guardian

New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Coal | Africa | Chevron | Fossil Fuels | Middle East | Saudi Arabia | Aramco

Top oil firms spending millions lobbying to block climate change policies, says report

  2019-03-22 in The Guardian

Ad campaigns hide investment in a huge expansion of oil and gas extraction, says InfluenceMap

  Tagged under: BP | Exxon | Climate Change | Chevron | Fossil Fuels

BP faces shareholder challenge over carbon targets

  2018-12-10 in The Guardian

Company is among energy firms being urged to set goals in line with Paris agreement

  Tagged under: BP | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Chevron

The fossil fuel industry's invisible colonization of academia | Benjamin Franta and Geoffrey Supran

  2017-03-13 in The Guardian

Benjamin Franta and Geoffrey Supran: Corporate capture of academic research by the fossil fuel industry is an elephant in the room and a threat to tackling climate change.

  Tagged under: BP | Shell | Exxon | Greenhouse Gases | Climate Change | Chevron

1998 American Petroleum Institute Global Climate Science Communications Team Action Plan - Climate Files

  1998-04-03 in Climate Files - Hard to Find Documents All in One Place

April 1998, American Petroleum Institute’s secret plan was leaked – the Global Climate Science Communications Plan. The plan was created just months after the Kyoto Protocol was signed in December 1997. It was developed by representatives from Exxon (specifically Randy Randol), Chevron, Southern Company and representatives from conservative and libertarian organizations. The plan includes a multimillion dollar, […]

  Tagged under: Chevron | Exxon | Kyoto Agreement

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