by Ryan Koronowski Posted on September 13, 2014 Updated: September 15, 2014
Exxon began drilling the first exploratory well in Russia's arctic Kara Sea last month, but that may have to stop after the new sanctions went into place on Friday
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 11, 2014
The well is just the start of an ongoing effort to drill in the Arctic, defying both the spirit of recent U.S. sanctions and environmental opposition to oil exploration in the region.
by Zack Ford Posted on July 23, 2014
Despite a history of uninclusive policies, ExxonMobil is prepared to comply with a new executive order protecting LGBT workers.
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by Ryan Koronowski Posted on July 22, 2014 Updated: July 23, 2014
Don't let the boring procedural language fool you: ExxonMobil and Enridge's proxy battle with South Portland's city council just got a lot more interesting.
by Joe Romm Posted on June 13, 2014
A couple of days ago I received the sad news that my friend Jane Dale Owen had died. Jane was one of the most passionate and caring environmentalists I knew -- with a unique twist.
by Emily Atkin Posted on June 11, 2014
Exxon's argument against the case would make the Clean Water Act a "meaningless jumble of words," a federal judge ruled.
by Emily Atkin Posted on March 24, 2014
When it comes to climate change, Exxon's talk is cheap.
by Rebecca Leber Posted on February 21, 2014 Updated: February 22, 2014
As ExxonMobil's CEO, Rex Tillerson is tasked to promote hydraulic fracturing and fight proposed regulatory oversight. The exception is when Tillerson's $5 million property value might be harmed.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on December 22, 2013
The first extensive study of groups that oppose action on climate change found they have received more than $900 million a year from 2003-2010, with the number growing every year.
by Rebecca Leber Posted on November 1, 2013
There is good reason to believe Exxon will fight the charge, given its history of disputing oil spills.