As a result of numerous organizations filing lawsuits against Exxon in recent times in relation to anthropogenic climate change, the oil giant has now filed lawsuits against a large collection of p

Transparency in the Management of Nigeria’s Oil Revenue, By Assisi Asobie

Show anger against corruption, impunity in oil industry, civic groups tell Jonathan

February 20th 2018, the ECF and partners including ABB, Air Liquide BMW, Renault-Nissan, Enedis, ETUC, Eurobat, European Aluminium, The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC), Transport and Environment, IndustryAll, Lease Europe, Michelin and Valeo launched a new report that aims to quantify the multiple economic and environmental benefits that a

The Energy Outlook considers the energy transition from three different viewpoints (sectors, regions and fuels) and by exploring a number of different scenarios.

The Environmental Protection Agency levied around half the average number of penalties against polluters in the first year of the Trump administration as in the same period of the past three presid

New research shows that the removal of subsidies would lead to bigger emissions reductions in oil and gas exporting regions, such as Russia, Latin America and the Middle East, than promised by thei

This brief examines how California could limit the production of its principal energy production -- oil -- and the resulting implications for global GHG emissions. By many measures, the U.S. State of California has put in place climate policies that stand among the world's most ambitious.

The activities of fishermen around the country’s Oil and Gas operational areas in the Western Region has been identified as the major risk factor that is threatening the industry.

Nigeria may suffer another disruption in crude oil exports if threats by Odimodi and Forcados communities in Delta State to shut down the Forcados Export Terminal are anything to go by.

Nigeria’s House of Representatives passed a bill governing the country’s energy sector after the Senate did so in May, taking Africa’s top oil producer one step closer to a much-awaited overhaul of

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