About E&E News — Essential news for energy and environment professionals

E&E News is a news organization focusing on energy and the environment.

Our five daily publications deliver original and compelling journalism that keeps top decisionmakers in government, business, NGOs and academia informed and ahead of the curve. E&E’s success as an independently owned news organization -- established in 1998 -- relies on producing timely and objective reporting that our subscribers from all sides of the issues value and trust.

With more than 75 reporters and editors, E&E offers an in-depth look at energy and environment issues in Washington, D.C., and around the nation. We have bureaus in Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, New York City, Seattle, Atlanta, St. Louis, Minneapolis, San Francisco and Los Angeles. E&E reporters also regularly travel around the world to report on key events and projects with global consequences for energy and the environment.

Issues covered include:

  • Federal legislation & policymakers
  • U.S. regulation & federal agencies
  • Legal cases & judicial decisions
  • International & U.S. climate policy
  • Energy resources & markets
  • State legislation & controversies
  • Oil, natural gas, coal & nuclear
  • Fracking & unconventional energy development
  • Electric utilities
  • Alternative energy
  • Air & water pollution
  • Public lands & mining
  • Endangered species
  • Technology & science

Subscribers include:

  • Government: EPA, DOE, DOD, DOI, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell’s Office, Democratic Whip Richard Durbin’s Office, House Energy and Commerce Committee, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
  • Energy companies: ExxonMobil, Xcel Energy, Southern Company, Shell, Duke Energy, Black and Veatch
  • Corporations: General Motors, Honda, Caterpillar, Boeing, Apple, Google, General Electric
  • Environmental groups: Sierra Club, The Conservation Fund, EDF, Environmental Law Institute, NRDC
  • Universities: Harvard, MIT, Stanford, University of Michigan, Yale
  • Law firms: Latham and Watkins, Vinson & Elkins, Akin Gump, Sidley Austin, Baker Botts
  • Think tanks: Brookings, Heritage, CSIS, CEI, RFF, Council on Foreign Relations

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