Study ties gas flaring sites to more preterm births
Pregnant women living near sites where natural gas is flared may have an elevated risk of giving birth preterm, according to new research from UCLA and the University of Southern California.
3 ways Trump's NEPA plan overhauls energy projects
President Trump's rewrite of a Nixon-era environmental law — if it withstands expected legal challenges and the November election — could have major implications for energy projects, including oil and gas pipelines nationwide.
With Atlantic Coast dead, is this pipeline next?
The death of the long-embattled Atlantic Coast pipeline has energized environmental and public health groups looking to bring down other major oil and gas projects.
Brouillette attacks 'obstructionist environmental lobby'
Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette pushed fossil fuel projects on two fronts yesterday, advancing what would be the first West Coast liquefied natural gas export terminal and slamming "the environmental lobby" after a judge shut down the Dakota Access pipeline.
Army Corps ruling: 'Nail' in the coffin for Keystone XL?
The Supreme Court yesterday allowed the Army Corps of Engineers to resume using its streamlined water-crossing permit for the construction of new oil and gas pipelines, but it excluded the Keystone XL oil pipeline in its decision.