FERC policy chief frets about agency’s staff openings

Jignasa Gadani, who directs the Office of Energy Policy and Innovation, said FERC hasn't been immune to labor shortages afflicting the energy...

By Miranda Willson | 09/30/2022 07:09 AM EDT

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The Brayton Point Power Station in Somerset, Mass.

Gas to offshore wind? N.Y. illustrates grid challenge.

By David Iaconangelo | 09/27/2022 06:59 AM EDT

Hertz, the car rental company, and BP, the oil giant, revealed a plan Tuesday for how they will charge thousands of electric rental cars.

How Hertz and the EV could remake your car rental

By David Ferris | 09/27/2022 06:58 AM EDT

A repairman installs a water heater at a Los Angeles home. California regulators are poised to approve a plan that would phase out some natural has appliances.

California weighs a ban on gas heaters

By Anne C. Mulkern | 09/26/2022 12:51 PM EDT

FILE - This Sunday, April 10, 2011 picture shows a rig and supply vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Louisiana. Thirteen states sued the Biden administration Wednesday, March 24, 2021 to end a suspension of new oil and gas leases on federal land and water and to reschedule canceled sales of offshore leases in the Gulf of Mexico, Alaska waters and western states. The Republican-leaning states, led by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, seek a court order ending the moratorium imposed after Democratic President Joe Biden signed executive orders on climate change on Jan. 27. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Interior weighs economics of oil vs. climate in 5-year plan

By Heather Richards | 09/26/2022 06:39 AM EDT



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