The company behind the long-stalled Keystone project wants to build a big new cross-border pipeline and get into the oil-train business.
The money will be used for climate adaptation education -- because $8 million won't be nearly enough to protect against climate disasters.
Shell and ExxonMobil ignored for decades that drilling in Europe’s largest gas field was triggering quakes.
Equipped with plenty of dynamite and seismometers, these geologists are major badasses.
A classified report from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police warns that the "anti-Canada petroleum movement" contains "militants and violent extremists."
This is a handy new tool for scientists, and a mesmerizing screensaver for the rest of us.
Scientists recently flew through the thick of the wet and wild Pineapple Express on an airplane called Miss Piggy. Top that, Kermie.
Two tanker trains full of crude oil have derailed and burst into flames recently, one in West Virginia and one in Ontario.
The Interior Department is clearing the way for Shell to try drilling again off the Alaska coast, a treacherous undertaking on so many levels.