by Natasha Geiling Jan 29, 2016
The Florida House passed a bill this week that would allow regulated fracking throughout the state, but would also stop local bans on fracking.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 14, 2016
Will candidates be forced to comment on these five recent events?
by Katie Valentine Jan 8, 2016
The EPA's own advisory board says the agency needs to clarify its findings on fracking.
by Samantha Page Jan 6, 2016
The link between Oklahoma's earthquakes and fracking is about to be tested.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 11, 2015
Chesapeake Energy, the second largest producer of natural gas in the U.S., may have to pay tens of millions to thousands of people.
by Samantha Page Dec 11, 2015
Environmental groups are suing over a new ordinance that gives oil and gas companies a 20-year lift of the review process.
Having to pay for earthquake lawsuits would make the Grapes of Wrath "look like a comedy," the oil industry says.
by Samantha Page Dec 9, 2015
Eighty percent of Americans don't want the oil export ban lifted, but Big Oil is set to make $22 billion on this.
by Natasha Geiling Nov 25, 2015
According to a recently published paper, fracking companies have gotten worse about disclosing the kinds of chemicals they are using.
by Samantha Page Nov 18, 2015
Great news for carbon emissions. Bad news for anti-fracking communities.