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Texas pipeline operators released or flared tons of gas to avert explosions during heatwave

Oil and gas companies in West Texas released hundreds of tons of toxic gases into the air last week as a record-breaking heatwave drove pressure inside pipelines and compressors to dangerously high levels.

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Kate Aronoff: Be angry about the wildfire pollution – but be angry at the right people

A poisonous haze made the air over New York temporarily more hazardous than any other place on Earth. Thank fossil fuel billionaires, writes Kate Aronoff in The Guardian.

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Fossil fuel firms owe climate reparations of $209bn a year, says study

The world’s top fossil fuel companies owe at least $209bn in annual climate reparations to compensate communities most damaged by their polluting business and decades of lies, a new study calculates.

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Could Guyana’s Exxon ruling scare big oil off risky exploration?

Ruling requiring ‘unlimited guarantee’ from oil firms to cover costs of spills could change offshore drilling throughout region.

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‘Sustainable’ pension funds accused of greenwashing over billions held in oil and gas firms

People investing their pensions in funds that claim green credentials are being warned they may actually be backing the world’s largest oil and gas companies.

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Shell shareholders should oust chair, says influential adviser

Pirc and Church of England back calls for investors to vote against Sir Andrew Mackenzie at AGM.

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Shell accused of ‘profiteering bonanza’ after record first-quarter profits of $9.6bn

The figure easily beats predictions and comes despite a fall in oil and gas prices.

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