National Grid sent many New York customers an email encouraging them to contact state officials in support of pipeline construction or risk shortages.
Most of the wells are more than half a century old, and some residents might not even be aware of the hidden energy infrastructure beneath their own backyards.
The court has upheld a ruling preventing gas companies from prospecting on people's land without permission, but threw out a series of lawsuits complaining of the nuisance created by their operations.
Inslee hasn't been perfect on climate. It also seems he's now learning from his old mistakes.
A new report from the Environmental Working Group claims that Duke Energy, the nation's largest utility, is holding back the transition away from fossil fuels.
As natural gas booms around the Marcellus Shale, nearby residents continue to feel the burden of the industry's growth.
The Conservative British government has rallied behind fracking, but in Lancashire and beyond, locals are pushing back.
The country is offering more than 20,000 miles of untouched ocean in the Mozambique Channel for future oil exploration.
Roger Hanshaw, a Republican lawyer from Clay County, represents natural gas companies and gas industry lobby groups in his private legal practice while voting on measures that directly affect their businesses.
After a federal appeals court blocked a permit for the Mountain Valley Pipeline, the state's Department of Environmental Protection is changing standards to subvert the ruling.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to weaken Obama-era rules about leaks of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming.
Justice Beth Walker voted to re-open an already decided case around the time her husband owned stock in a variety of energy companies. And that's not even why she's been impeached.
It's the second time in two years that the judge has overruled efforts by Fayette leaders to protect their county from what they view as the negative effects of West Virginia's natural gas industry.
The leak, which began in October of 2015, led to the release of an estimated 109,000 metric tons of methane into the atmosphere.
At least one member of the state’s trade delegation who helped negotiate the deal—a gas industry executive—was also working to help his private company on the trip.
A proposed natural gas pipeline is uniting Oregonians across the political spectrum.
Sunoco Pipeline will now resume construction activities after receiving a $12.6 million civil penalty for violating construction permits for its Mariner East 2 pipeline project.
The U.S. is projected to see growth in energy exports as a result of increased energy efficiency, new electricity generation, and a continued projected growth in the production of liquids and natural gas.
A study of a blowout site in the Netherlands offers safety lessons for natural gas fields around the world.