Expanding Oil Exploration Threatens One of the Sahara's Largest Nature Reserves
The Termit and Tin Toumma National Nature Reserve covers an area three times the size of Belgium and contains numerous endangered species.
The Trump Administration Asks a Judge to Allow Oil Exploration to Begin Despite Coastal Communities' Lawsuit
The Trump administration has asked a federal judge to allow seismic airgun testing to begin off the Atlantic coast while a lawsuit to prevent the practice works its way through the courts.
The Trump Administration Approves the First Offshore Oil Facility in Federal Waters Off of Alaska
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke on Tuesday announced the approval of the first offshore oil production facility in federal waters off the coast of Alaska.
Offshore Drilling in Belize Falls Into Its Own Great Blue Hole
A little environmental success story (or energy exploration failure, if you prefer) for this Earth Day.
Petroleum Engineering Shows U.S. Students' Hidden Prowess
American students' behavior defies the prevailing stereotype when looking at how they flock to the hot field of petroleum engineering.