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After defeats in the courtroom and boardroom, is Big Oil at a climate tipping point?
Climate activists won seats on Chevron and Exxon's boards, and Shell lost in court. Changes must be big to protect the environment.
For oil giant Shell, service station means electric cars, too
Running cars on something other than gas stands to greatly reduce the world’s need for oil. That has energy company Shell moving into the electric vehicle charging business. On top of last month’s purchase of major European electric vehicle charging network NewMotion, it’s got a new partnership to put high speed EV chargers in dozens […]
Oil prices are down, and so is exploring for oil
Last year, oil companies found the lowest new reserves in 70 years.
When oil prices fall, Big Oil has an advantage
Oil-refining businesses and decades-long outlooks cushion price swings.
Kinder Morgan deal lays groundwork for more pipelines
Consolidation will allow Kinder Morgan to acquire other pipeline companies
BP oil engineers could face felony charges
The U.S. government could soon bring criminal charges against some BP employees in the company's huge 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Goldman Sachs to its employees: Stop cussing in e-mails
Exxon and Shell profits nearly double...
MID-DAY UPDATE: Economic news bad. Stock prices good.
/**/ Sales of previously occupied homes fell in June; new unemployment benefit plans rose. Yet at this writing, Wall Street's jumping. What d...