WorldOil Green energy has a plethora of failures The annals of green energy are filled with failures. Many ideas struggled to move from the lab to the factory. Shell's headquarters sustain thousands in damage as environmental activists wreak havok A group called Extinction Rebellion targeted the Anglo-Dutch oil major as part of a days-long event in which it disrupted public areas throughout London with banners and props. The actions were designed to draw attention to the use and production of fossil fuels. Low oil prices taking toll on exports from Western Canada: EDC Alberta and Saskatchewan will have lower exports this year due to depressed oil prices but will rebound in 2016 through a partial price recovery and volume gains, according to a new global export forecast released by Export Development Canada. Halliburton golf tournament sets new charity fundraising record HOUSTON -- The 22nd annual Halliburton Charity Golf Tournament raised a record of more than $3 million for 43 nonprofit organizations across the U.S., making it one of the largest non-PGA golf tournament fundraisers in Texas. Halliburton hosts opening of St. Louis Primary School Nfiengong-Njap in Cameroon An opening ceremony was held June 19 for the newly rebuilt St. Louis Catholic Primary School Nfiengong. Aided by a donation from Halliburton and the Amom Foundation, students in the village of Nfiengong near Bamenda, Cameroon, have a new primary school to attend in their village. Houston’s filet mignon special shows oil collapse is no problem Thirty years ago, times were so tough in Houston that Steve Zimmerman introduced the Oil Barrel Special, a three-course lunch tied to the plummeting price of crude. Hackers’ favorite target: Big oil and that deadly equipment Hackers have made the energy industry a favorite target. Oil, gas stocks outperform other assets in state pension funds, study finds Returns on state pension funds from investments in oil and natural gas companies continue to provide strong earnings for public pension retirees, including America’s teachers, firefighters and police officers, according to a Sonecon study released Tuesday by API.