Emissions resulting from federal oil and gas lease sales sold between January 2017 and April 2019 could produce 4.7 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, according to a new report from The Wilderness Society. At the current pace of leasing, emissions from the production and combustion of fossil fuels … Read more »
“The world has a trash problem. And the world has an emissions problem,” says UPS’s director of fleet procurement Mike Casteel. With that in mind, the logistics company has plans to “turn trash to gas” in what it is calling the largest commitment for use of renewable natural gas (RNG) … Read more »
President Trump has announced he is appointing David Bernhardt to be secretary of the Interior Department. He will replace Ryan Zinke, who resigned in January amid an ethics scandal. Bernhardt will oversee approximately 500 million acres, as well as any energy production on that land. The department itself oversees federal … Read more »
ExxonMobil’s institutional investors are calling on the company to set greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets. The investors have said they will file a shareholder resolution on the matter, according to Reuters. The move was led by the New York State Common Retirement Fund (NYSCRF) and the Church Commissioners of England … Read more »
ExxonMobil’s global network of lubricants blending and packaging plants has achieved zero waste to landfill status, according to waste diversion certification company UL. The company is successfully diverting more than 90% of the waste produced in the plants which manufacture all of the company’s Mobil-branded products. The company has achieved … Read more »
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