(Left to right) Daniel Yergin speaks with Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO Darren Woods on Tuesday at the CERAWeek by S&P Global conference in Houston.

CERAWeek: What Big Oil thinks of the climate law

By Miranda Willson, Brian Dabbs | 03/08/2023 06:52 AM EST

A cornfield next to an ethanol plant in Illinois.

Midwest CO2 pipeline rush creates regulatory chaos

By Mike Soraghan | 03/03/2023 07:09 AM EST

A view of the New York City skyline from the Hudson River in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022.

How a $6B transmission project made it in New York

By Miranda Willson | 03/01/2023 06:55 AM EST

SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA - APRIL 18:  Tank rail cars, which could be used to carry gas or liquid loads, sit on tracks near the Pioneer Chlor-Alkali company, which produces chlorine and caustic soda, April 18, 2003 in Santa Fe Springs, California. A report regarding documents filed with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency claims more than 100 chemical plants in the U.S. could pose a substantial toxic risk in the event of a terrorist attack or major accident.  According to the documents, the entire contents of a rail car could be released within 10 minutes and spead toxic concentrations of chlorine gas for 14 miles with deadly effect in the immediate area.

Is LNG by rail safe?

By Shelby Webb | 02/28/2023 06:56 AM EST

Power lines are shown Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021, in Houston. More than 4 million people in Texas still had no power a full day after historic snowfall and single-digit temperatures created a surge of demand for electricity to warm up homes unaccustomed to such extreme lows, buckling the state's power grid and causing widespread blackouts.

DOE touts grid expansion plans as operators raise concerns

By Peter Behr, Miranda Willson | 02/27/2023 06:48 AM EST

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JANUARY 12: In this photo illustration, flames burn on a natural gas-burning stove on January 12, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois. Consumers and politicians have voiced concern after the commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently suggested that gas stoves were a health hazard, leading people to believe that they would be banned. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

DOE rule may block 50% of current gas stove models

By Brian Dabbs | 02/24/2023 06:43 AM EST



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