The U.S. Capitol in Washington.

What a Republican House means for energy

By Jason Plautz | 11/17/2022 07:07 AM EST

The Freeport LNG facility in Texas was pictured in a news release last year.

Fatigue contributed to Texas LNG explosion, probe says

By Mike Soraghan, Mike Lee, Carlos Anchondo | 11/16/2022 07:06 AM EST

An Air Products and Chemicals Inc. hydrogen production facility in Geismar, La.

La. legal showdown may preview national battle over hydrogen

By David Iaconangelo | 11/16/2022 07:05 AM EST

Executive Director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation Gabe Klein.

Meet the Biden official overseeing $7.5B for EVs

By David Ferris | 11/15/2022 07:16 AM EST

FILE - President Joe Biden shows a wind turbine size comparison chart during a meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, June 23, 2022, with governors, labor leaders, and private companies launching the Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership. The Biden administration says it will hold its first offshore wind auction next month. It's offering nearly 500,000 acres off the coast of New York and New Jersey for wind energy projects that could produce enough electricity to power nearly 2 million homes. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

Inflation’s next victim: U.S. offshore wind projects

By Benjamin Storrow, Heather Richards | 11/15/2022 07:16 AM EST

A flare to burn methane from oil production is seen on a well pad near Watford City, N.D., in 2021. EPA has released an updated proposal to regulate methane emissions that includes a "super-emitter" provision.

How EPA’s draft methane rule targets ‘super-emitters’

By Mike Lee, Carlos Anchondo | 11/14/2022 06:57 AM EST

Lorie Longi, 54, left, looks on as her boyfriend climbs through the window of what was her second story apartment, as they try to salvage water-soaked belongings from inside following the passage of Hurricane Ian, on San Carlos Island in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., Friday, Oct. 7, 2022. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

4 questions answered: Hurricanes and the grid

By Kristi E. Swartz | 11/14/2022 06:56 AM EST

A worker moves a solar panel during the installation process on the roof of a home in San Francisco in 2018.

Calif. grid plan stirs concerns of a solar slowdown

By Jason Plautz | 11/11/2022 07:42 AM EST

Richard Glick, chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Manchin FERC shake-up may stymie Biden’s clean energy plans

By Miranda Willson, Nico Portuondo | 11/11/2022 07:34 AM EST



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