by Katie Valentine Jun 12, 2015
"The loopholes oil and gas companies enjoy threaten our environment and public health.”
by Samantha Page Jun 12, 2015
A proposal to drill in a pristine aquifer -- which is home to Abita beer -- just cleared its final regulatory hurdle.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 4, 2015
In its five-year study, the EPA found that while fracking hasn't caused widespread damage to drinking water, that doesn't mean vulnerabilities don't exist.
by Emily Atkin Jun 1, 2015
Oklahoma's towns and cities are no longer allowed to ban fracking under a bill signed into law on Friday by Republican Gov. Mary Fallin.
by Emily Atkin May 29, 2015
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will be the first-ever Republican governor to allow a statewide moratorium on fracking.
by Samantha Page May 28, 2015
The state is paying more than $200,000 to find oil and gas reserves.
by Ari Phillips May 19, 2015
When cities in Texas decided they didn't want fracking in their communities state lawmakers decided it wasn't up to them.
by Kiley Kroh May 16, 2015
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm was so displeased by research connecting oil and gas activity to a dramatic rise in earthquakes that he wanted certain university scientists dismissed.
by Emily Atkin May 8, 2015
The petroleum industry says this is a good thing.
by Emily Atkin May 5, 2015
"This is the first documented and published demonstration of toxic compounds escaping from uncased boreholes in shale gas wells and moving long distances [into drinking water]."