In West Virginia, Regulators Once Again Rewrite the Rules to Appease Energy Interests
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.
A Federal Judge Rules Against West Virginia County in Natural Gas Pipeline Case
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.
Inside the Fight Over Pipelines in Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin
Anti-pipeline activists find themselves in league with the swamp's Cajun crawfishers as they work to thwart projects by the same company that built the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A Suspension Has Been Lifted for a Controversial Pipeline in Pennsylvania
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.
Trump Administration Approves Controversial Water Pipeline
The Bureau of Land Management under Trump reversed an Obama-era decision that would have subjected the pipeline to a new environmental review.