NEW YORK - The flagship commodity fund run by top Phibro trader Andrew Hall suffered a 12 percent fall last week as oil prices tumbled, a fund inv...
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Via Realtor.com: The Hammer family (of Occidental Petroleum fortune and patrons of UCLA's Hammer Museum) have put three properties on the market for a...
Perhaps Energy In Depth thinks it might lose credibility with the media and the public if it revealed such key support from notoriously reckless companies. Perhaps it should.
The people of the Ecuadorian Amazon took on that struggle of a lifetime and yesterday the court made its decision -- Chevron is guilty.
The overwhelming majority of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans not only see our dependence on oil as a security threat, but believe that we need to pass clean energy legislation.
Ecuador's people have been struggling for over a decade to achieve justice in their lawsuit against the US oil giant, Chevron.
Can ethics be quantified? Or, better yet, can a lack of ethics be quantified?
This week, the Swiss research firm Covalence released its annual r...
It is scandalous that those in government vested with the responsibility of financial oversight have permitted a culture of "heads they win, tails we lose" to take hold and to grow into a financial Frankenstein.
In true Darwinian fashion, the most successful extractive companies are adapting to forces of change by investing in improvements to their environmental and social management systems.
On Tuesday, Sen. John McCain will travel to Colombia to highlight his support for a free trade pact with that country.
It is a trip that comes with a...
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