by Ari Phillips Posted on May 8, 2015
Fugitive methane emissions are still on the loose all across America's federal lands.
by Samantha Page Posted on March 27, 2015
In a twist, the so-called 'Halliburton loophole' may help protect public land and water.
by Tom Kenworthy Posted on January 28, 2015
Lax regulation and loopholes in administration have cost the Treasury about $775 million between 2008 and 2012, according to a new study by Headwaters Economics.
by Claire Moser - Guest Contributor Posted on June 23, 2014
A recent AP analysis found that 40 percent of oil and gas wells identified as high-risk went uninspected by federal regulators between 2009 and 2012.
by Katie Valentine Posted on May 12, 2014
According to the report, the BLM didn't inspect more than 2,100 of the 3,702 wells that it had specified as "high priority."
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Posted on August 19, 2013
In a surprise move, the Bureau of Land Management announced on Friday that it would not auction off over 1,000 acres of public lands near Mesa Verde National Park to be drilled.
by Brad Johnson - Guest Contributor Posted on August 16, 2013
A significant milestone in the future of fracking in the United States is fast approaching, as the public comment period closes next week for industry-approved plans to open 600 million acres of public lands to the controversial drilling practice.
by Brad Johnson - Guest Contributor Posted on June 29, 2012
by Public Lands Team Posted on February 13, 2012
by Public Lands Team Posted on November 11, 2011