BP is selling its refinery in Texas where an explosion killed 15 people in 2005. The money will go to clean up the Deepwater Horizon mess. The big wheel of life keeps turning.
The politics of fossil fuel exports from Washington and Oregon are a little different than from Texas.
The agreement brings an end to a long fight between the restaurant chain and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers.
The Trust for Public Land has struck a deal to buy $8.75 million worth of oil and gas leases, to make sure the oil and gas don't get drilled.
A ball-bearing manufacturer in South Carolina announces plans to close a plant, thanks to GOP unwillingness to extend a key wind tax credit.
TransCanada seized a 78-year-old woman's land for its tar-sands pipeline, and she got arrested for protesting. TransCanada blames "out-of-state activists."
Only temporarily mind you. And there's additional bad news for jet owners.
In India, about a quarter of all electricity is stolen or lost in transmission. In Nigeria, $7 billion worth of oil was pilfered last year.
In the debate, Romney said $90 billion had been wasted investing in green companies, half of which have gone out of business. Not so. And also hypocritical.