Today, Accountable.US released the following statement and analysis in response to U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources Committee members seeking new documents concerning a Trump-era bribery allegation involving the Interior Department during then Secretary Bernhardt's leadership.
Today, Accountable.US released the following statement in response to reports that President Biden will designate Avi Kwa Ame as the country's next national monument in southern Nevada. The impending designation would protect over 445,000 acres of land, marking the largest new national monument during his tenure in office.
Today, Accountable.US released a new analysis unpacking Big Oil’s continued price gouging even after crude oil dropped to almost $75 per barrel; 38 percent lower than the peak price set in June.
Today, Accountable.us released a new analysis revealing that 24 of the nation's largest oil companies made over $125 billion in profits this quarter, bringing in over $343 billion this year as they continue to keep prices high for consumers.
Today, ConocoPhillips announced their massive quarter three profits racking up $4.5 billion this quarter, bringing in over $15 billion in profit this year as they continue to price gouge consumers.
Marathon Petroleum, BP America & Phillips 66 Post $30 Billion in Profits After Price Gouging Consumers, Gave $17 Billion To Wealthy Shareholders
Today, three of the nation's largest oil companies, Marathon Petroleum, BP America and Phillips 66, reported their latest quarterly profits, together bringing in a jaw-dropping $14 billion this quarter, totaling over $30 billion in profit this year as they continue to price gouge consumers.
Today, Accountable.US released the following analysis in response to President Biden's latest call to Congress to consider a windfall profits tax on the largest oil and gas companies if they fail to ramp up production.
Today, leaders of the anti-democracy group True the Vote, Gregg Phillps, and Catherine Engelbrectch were taken into custody after being charged with contempt of court.
Today, Accountable.US released a new report exposing the fossil fuel industry’s ties to the petitioners seeking to overturn the Indian Child Welfare Act in the upcoming Supreme Court case Brackeen v. Haaland.
Today, two of the nation's largest oil companies, Exxon and Chevron, reported their latest quarterly profits, together bringing in an eye-popping $31 billion this quarter, racking up nearly $73 billion in profit this year as they continue to price gouge consumers.