By Rebecca Leber on October 10, 2013
The GOP's government shutdown brings mixed news for oil production.
By Ryan Koronowski on October 7, 2013
Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo said, “Our activists have been charged with a crime that did not happen, they are accused of an imaginary offense.”
By Annie-Rose Strasser on October 4, 2013
Several major oil rigs, platforms, and pipes are right in Karen's path.
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By Rebecca Leber on September 11, 2013
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General has filed criminal charges against ExxonMobil for illegally dumping tens of thousands of gallons of hydraulic fracturing waste at a drilling site in 2010.
By Andrew Breiner on September 10, 2013
Higher fuel efficiency standards are spurring development of hybrid and electric vehicles, on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
By Andrew Breiner on August 30, 2013
Two new Department of Energy hires have industry connections, but that's no surprise.
By Kiley Kroh on August 19, 2013
Ecuador is abandoning an innovative plan that would have protected the Amazon rainforest from oil drilling due to lack of support from other nations and pressure to fulfill its international debts.
By Kiley Kroh on August 16, 2013
While the national debate has been centered on the Keystone XL pipeline, the oil and gas industry's network of pipelines is spreading into communities across the U.S.
By Joe Romm on August 12, 2013
How dry is it in Texas? So dry that many Texans are now against using water to frack for oil.
By Jessica Goad, Guest Blogger on August 7, 2013
A new report offers recommendations on how to protect our treasured public lands amidst America's fossil fuel boom.