Beyond Petroleum? Not anymore. These two oil giants plan to stay oil giants, with emphasis on the oil.
The state now has the dubious distinction of being the first in the nation to undo a renewable energy mandate.
What, did you think that the Kochs were going to turn their massive tar-sands holdings into a nature preserve?
Three proposed fossil fuel projects aim to boost coal and oil exports out of the Pacific Northwest, which would raise the risk of oil spills.
China wants to build a high-speed rail network that could ferry passengers from the U.S. to Beijing in two days, and onward from there.
Coffee rust is driving up the cost of that vital morning fix. Climate change will kill your buzz even harder.
Fracking opponents are seizing on news that California shale deposits may contain 96 percent less recoverable oil than previously estimated.
Steyer's super PAC plans to spend $100 million on races in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania.
Not wanting to get left behind its bigger bros in the global melt, the "third pole" has also been shedding its icy stocks.