The northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is in limbo, but the southern leg is moving right along.
In this episode, Shell still hasn't drilled anything -- and time may be running out!
Romney is giving oil executives a good reason to vote for him. (Making, by our count, 465,361 such reasons.)
The company made more in one hour over the last three months than three average college grads will make in their lifetimes.
What would Keystone XL look like as a human being? Probably how he's portrayed in this video.
Somewhere, George W. Bush breathes a sigh of relief.
First, a ship almost runs aground. Then, the EPA's air pollution standards are a hassle. Now, the company might not get its drilling permits in time. Can't Shell catch a break?
Pipeline operator TransCanada paid 60 percent less in taxes to Nebraska than it promised. But the company says it'll pay more next year!
The oil industry is diversifying the ways in which it pollutes. Hold your nose.
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