U.S. Senators Aim to Ease Pipeline Permitting after Latest Keystone XL Setback

US Senate Republicans from energy-producing states are pushing for infrastructure permitting reforms.

 

How Climate and Business Woes are Sinking a Natural-Gas Project

The Trump administration recently touted its approval of America’s first terminal on the…

 

Will Clean Energy Projects Face Troubles That Have Bedeviled Pipelines?

If the permit process is not improved, solar and wind energy efforts may…

 

Trump Reins in Major Environmental Law to Speed Big Projects

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he is rolling back a foundational Nixon-era…

 

Energy Equality: De-Carbonize All of It

Against the backdrop of the warming, changing climate of our planet Earth, energy…

 

Pipeline Setbacks Endanger Energy Sector Jobs, Environmental Advocates Say

The unintended consequences are likely to be fewer jobs and more carbon emissions,…

 

Does PennEast Pipeline Need Water-Protection Agency’s Blessing? The Answer’s Murky.

PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC this month pushed forward on two fronts in an…

 

Supreme Court Removes Hurdle for $8 Billion Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The Supreme Court removed a legal barrier to the construction of an $8…

 

Pro-Gas States Pass Laws Barring Natural Gas Bans, Limits

States friendly to oil and gas development are trying to stop more cities,…