Gore announces fossil fuel emissions inventory at UN summit

  By Samy Magdy in Sharm El-sheikh SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) — A detailed inventory of the top known sources of greenhouse gas emitters launched by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore at the U.N. climate summit in Egypt on Wednesday found that the top 14...

War fallout, aid demands overshadow climate talks in Egypt

  By Frank Jordans And Seth Borenstein in Berlin BERLIN (AP) — When world leaders, diplomats, campaigners and scientists descend on Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt next week for talks on tackling climate change, don’t expect them to part the Red Sea or other...

Europe urged to save natural gas to avoid shortage next year

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Europe could face a severe natural gas shortage next year and needs to act now to reduce use, the International Energy Agency said in a report Thursday, warning against complacency in an energy crisis triggered by Russia’s war in...

Biden paints oil firms as war profiteers, talks windfall tax

By Zeke Miller And Seung Min Kim in Washington WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday accused oil companies of “war profiteering” as he raised the possibility of imposing a windfall tax on energy companies if they don’t boost domestic production. Biden...

Oil giants rake in steep profits amid high energy prices

By Cathy Bussewitz Oil companies brought in staggering profits once again as people worldwide struggled with high gasoline and energy prices. Exxon Mobil broke records with its profits in the third quarter, raking in $19.66 billion in net income. The Irving, Texas...