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How a CEO Rescued a Big Bet on Big Oil; ‘There Were a Lot of Doubters’ - WSJ
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How a CEO Rescued a Big Bet on Big Oil; ‘There Were a Lot of Doubters’ - WSJ

Occidental Petroleum’s Vicki Hollub fended off a shareholder revolt led by Carl Icahn. Lifted by rising crude prices, she now has the confidence of Warren Buffett.
Kamala Harris’s stance on fracking could be liability in Pennsylvania
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Kamala Harris’s stance on fracking could be liability in Pennsylvania

Fracking has turned Pennsylvania into the nation’s second-largest producer of natural gas. Joe Biden’s pick of fracking-foe Kamala Harris as his running mate could be a hurdle in the state for the Democrats.
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This is what it looks like when a Texas oil boom busts
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This is what it looks like when a Texas oil boom busts

A year ago, the Permian Basin region was one of America’s hottest labor markets, fueled by a fracking gold rush. Today, the oil field has all but shut down, and everyone is feeling the pain, from restaurant owners to landlords to barbers.
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Shell sets more ambitious emissions goals
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Shell sets more ambitious emissions goals

Royal Dutch Shell agreed Thursday to set bolder carbon-emissions goals after engaging with a group of investors representing $40 trillion in assets under management.
How environmental movement plans to leverage the coronavirus pandemic
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How environmental movement plans to leverage the coronavirus pandemic

One hopeful development arising from the coronavirus pandemic: Global air quality is improving dramatically as the outbreak sends many countries into lockdown, climate scientists say.

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