Energy & Environment

Weekly Oil And Gas Update: Houston Energy Companies Lost Billions In 4th Quarter of 2020

Posted on · Overall in 2020, ExxonMobil recorded more than $21 billions in losses. ConocoPhillips reported $2.7 billion in losses for the year, and BP (which has its US headquarters in Houston) recorded a full-year loss of $5.7 billion. 

Energy & Environment

Weekly Oil Market Crash Update: Biden Expected To Name Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm As Energy Secretary

Posted on · Granholm will help oversee the Coronavirus recovery as well as the shift to a clean energy economy. Also this week, Exxon cuts 700 Houston workers and Parsley Energy sheds 230 from its Austin workforce. 

Energy & Environment

Weekly Oil Market Crash Update: Oil Majors Could Sell More Than $100 Billion In Assets For Shift To Renewables; RRC Elects New Chair

Posted on · Houston-based ConocoPhillips along with the world’s other seven major oil companies might also cease oil and gas operations in more than 200 countries, according to a Rystad Energy report.

Houston Matters

Full Show: Election Day Primer, And ExxonMobil Settlement (Nov. 7, 2017)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters, we preview the items you'll see on your ballot today. We discuss the recent ExxonMobil settlement over air pollution allegations. And we learn about an opera being staged in an airplane hangar at Hobby Airport.

Full Show

Full Show: SB4’s Economic Impact, And Big Changes To The Farmer’s Market (Aug. 1, 2017)

Posted on · On today's Houston Matters, we discuss one group's estimates on the economic impact of the so-called "sanctuary cities" bill. Plus: we check in on the costs of renting and buying homes in Greater Houston, discuss corporal punishment in Texas schools, and learn about changes planned for the Houston Farmers’ Market.