Nigerian energy magnate Igho Charles Sanomi II has been named this year's Forbes Best of Africa Leading Philanthropist in recognition of his activities in child health and education, cancer research and community development.
Regulators approved a $4.5 billion transmission line that will deliver Canadian hydropower to New York City, a key component of the Empire State’s efforts to eliminate carbon from its power grid by 2040.
Equinor and BP have announced an agreement to turn the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT) complex in Brooklyn, New York into a major regional hub for offshore wind.
Shell will concentrate its business in the UK by the end of January, simplifying its shareholding structure in New York, Amsterdam and London.
Cnooc Ltd, China’s biggest offshore oil and gas driller has officially cut its ties with the New York Stock Exchange following a geopolitical spat with the US.
Oil in New York is headed for the biggest monthly loss since October as investors weighed the prospect of additional OPEC+ production and the restoration of crude output in the U.S. after Hurricane Ida.
Exxon Mobil Corp. won a closely watched securities-fraud trial that delved into its internal accounting for the financial risks of climate change, a striking rejection of New York state’s claim that the company misled investors for years.
You’d expect most companies accused of a longstanding fraudulent scheme to be thrilled if the government dropped those claims against them. Not so for Exxon Mobil Corp. -- at least not today.
Vaalco Energy has set out formal plans to list on the London Stock Exchange’s main market. The listing should take place by September 30.
An explosion at an electrical substation in Astoria, New York City, illuminated the skyline with a bright blue light and cut off power to LaGuardia airport, causing flights to be diverted or delayed.
The New York Attorney General filed a lawsuit against Exxon Mobil, claiming the Texas-based oil giant had misled investors about its readiness to tackle the financial challenges climate change posed to their business.
Exxon Mobil Corp. told a judge that New York’s attorney general should either sue the company for misleading investors about the financial impact of climate change, or close its probe and move on.
Regulators issued a draft pollution ruling yesterday in a bid to ensure the shutdown of New York’s remaining coal-fired power stations by 2020.
New York's mayor has announced that the city has field a lawsuit against five oil majors to help protect the city from climate change.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the city will open two bidding auctions in 2018 and 2019 to develop offshore wind power in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A plan for the US's largest offshore windfarm to sit off the coast of New York has been given the go-ahead.
At a March conference where 20 state attorneys general met to strategize on environmental issues, New York’s Eric Schneiderman said "morally vacant forces" were opposing President Barack Obama’s green agenda. Exxon Mobil Corp. wants those words to haunt him.
Exxon Mobil Corp. sued New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to stop his investigation into what the company knew about climate change.
In the battle for supremacy between the world’s two largest oil exchanges, one of them is enjoying a turbo charge from the U.S. government.
Statoil is said to have expressed an interest in New York’s commercial wind lease sale which will launch next month.
A commercial wind lease sale in December is set to offer 79,350 acres offshore New York.
Exxon Mobil Corp. is headed to a courtroom in New York for the first time to try to block the state’s demand for accounting documents about how climate change will affect its finances.
The Attorney General of New York is investigating ExxonMobil's accounting practices and why they company hasn't written down the value of its assets, despite a steep drop in oil prices, according to reports.
Massachusetts became the latest state investigating whether Exxon Mobil Corp. misled investors and the public about how climate change may affect its business.
Oil engineering firm Willbros Group has been warned its stock could be de-listed from the New York Stock Exchange. The move will happen unless the company trades at an average of $1 a share over a 30-day period. The company said in 10 days it will tell the NYSE how it aims to get back into compliance with the group’s listing standards within six months.