By Katie Valentine on May 13, 2014
Because the well is under confidential status, the size of the spill isn't being released.
By Joanna M. Foster on May 13, 2014
On Monday, lawmakers in Texas, for the first time, formally addressed the recent rash of earthquakes that rocked northern Texas this winter.
By Andrew Breiner on May 12, 2014
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took a cautious step toward asking drilling companies to disclose what chemicals they pump into the earth.
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By Katie Valentine 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 Ari Phillips on May 12, 2014
Hydraulic fracturing has yet to be used in Florida, but many companies are eyeing the technology as a way to explore delicate ecological areas in the state for fossil fuel reserves.
By Jeff Spross on May 9, 2014
The spill started Sunday and was contained to the creek by Wednesday, but it's only the latest in a rash of spills that have already occurred this year.
By Emily Atkin on May 7, 2014
Fracking is literally making a killing in some drilling states, where traffic fatalities have more than quadrupled since 2004.
By Joanna M. Foster on May 6, 2014
Scientists warn that fracking operations in Oklahoma could be setting up conditions for a major quake as the seismology community says they don't haveenough data on faults in the area to protect critical infrastructure.
By Andrew Breiner on May 6, 2014
Usually Republicans like it when regulation is left to local communities.
By Andrew Breiner on May 4, 2014
If drillers are so sure that fracking is safe, why are they trying to stop studies of its health effects?