Blue states to court: Shut down Dakota Access
Attorneys general for nearly 20 states, territories and counties this week argued in support of four Native American tribes that are challenging the federal approval of an easement at the heart of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline.
Major CCS ramp-up needed to meet climate goals — report
Accelerating deployment of carbon capture technology over the next decade is essential to realizing net-zero emissions goals for the global energy system, according to the International Energy Agency.
Study: Oil majors lack 'meaningful' zero-carbon strategies
Despite efforts to burnish their green bona fides, oil and gas majors have yet to take adequate steps to decarbonize their operations, according to a new paper by researchers from four universities.
Petra Nova is closed: What it means for carbon capture
When news broke this summer that the Petra Nova carbon capture power project was offline, advocates leapt to the defense of the Texas facility, one of the largest in the world.
U.S. wants cash guarantee for abandoned oil wells
With oil industry bankruptcies piling up, the Interior Department wants to impose a "more explicit" rule for when companies should set aside additional money to deal with abandoned wells in federal waters.