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Five things you should know before you start your work day on Jan. 5

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. The American Petroleum Institute is excited for a Trump White House. Ford exec says automakers are “screwed” if they don’t embrace technology. 804 more words


Oil Industry Fears Trump May Hit Them Up on Tax Reform

Don’t crack the bottles of bubbly just yet, energy execs. Environmental groups might want to park their pitchforks for the moment, too. The new Republican Congress and incoming Trump Administration might have some surprises up their sleeves for both sides. 1,047 more words

Oil prices spiral south for 4th straight day with larger-than-expected stockpile

TOKYO – Crude oil prices fell for a fourth day on Wednesday, with jittery investors awaiting official U.S. stockpile figures later in the day after less comprehensive industry data showed a surprise build in inventories. 177 more words


Judge Says U.S. Should Reconsider Habitat For Canada Lynx

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – The U.S. government was wrong to exclude large areas of the Rocky Mountains when it designated almost 40,000 square miles of habitat as critical to the survival of… 444 more words


John Oliver to oil lobby: You bozos picked the wrong man to plagiarize

Incredulous British person and Last Week Tonight host John Oliver has a new nemesis: the American Petroleum Institute.

Oliver pointed out on Sunday that the lobbying arm of the oil industry aired a commercial during the Rio Olympics that essentially carbon-copied the opening credit sequence of his own show. 97 more words

Climate & Energy

Major media hosted anti-climate events at RNC — and Big Oil paid for it

At the award-winning seafood restaurant in downtown Cleveland that The Atlantic rented out for the entire four-day Republican National Convention, GOP Rep. Bill Johnson turned to me and explained that solar panels are not a viable energy source because “the sun goes down.” 1,611 more words

Climate & Energy

SEC adopts (again) final rules requiring disclosure of payments to governments by resource extraction issuers—is another legal challenge in the works?

by Cydney Posner

Yesterday, the SEC announced that it had adopted final rules, mandated by Section 1504 of Dodd-Frank, that require disclosure on Form SD of certain payments made to the federal and foreign governments by resource extraction issuers in connection with commercial development of oil, gas and mineral rights.  2,141 more words