New York’s top lawyer failed to establish enough evidence that ExxonMobil violated laws in connection with its public disclosures to account for “past, present and future climate change risks,” a state Supreme Court judge ruled Tuesday.
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Shareholders of TransCanada Corp. will vote this spring on a management proposal to change the company’s name to TC Energy.
After more than a year of stakeholder discussions, the Weld County Board of Commissioners has unanimously approved a new administrative process for oil and natural gas pipelines in the heart of Colorado’s Denver-Julesburg (DJ) Basin.
FERC in an order Friday upheld its decision approving the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), striking down rehearing requests from numerous environmental groups opposed to the 303-mile, 2 million Dth/d greenfield Appalachia-to-Southeast natural gas project.
New York’s highest court on Tuesday opened the door for state officials to demand an ExxonMobil Corp. auditor turn over internal records in a wide-ranging investigation ostensibly about climate change.
September natural gas is set to open a penny higher Tuesday morning at $2.81 as traders see little significant change in temperature forecasts and technicians see the bearish luster fading. Overnight oil markets eased.
Nearly a dozen GOP attorneys general (AG) have called for an investigation into ExxonMobil Corp. research about the effects of fossil fuel production on climate change to be dismissed, claiming the probe by two Democratic colleagues is unconstitutional.
Two organizations representing major cities in the United States said they support the Clean Power Plan (CPP), which has come under fire from the Trump administration, and outlined plans to continue efforts to combat climate change, regardless of the position of the federal government.
ExxonMobil Corp. has lost its home-court advantage after a Dallas judge agreed Wednesday to move to New York City a multi-state lawsuit seeking decades of internal documents and communications.