Court review of EPA rule would be 'exercise in futility' — DOJ
A federal court should not consider litigation over U.S. EPA's methane standards for new oil and gas operations while the agency rethinks the regulation, government lawyers say.
Effort by enviros to block Big Cypress exploration escalates
Environmental groups are asking a federal appeals court to step in to halt oil and gas exploration near the Everglades.
Enviros take claims of FERC bias to appeals court
Environmentalists are heading to a federal appeals court to push their claim that energy regulators are biased toward approving natural gas pipelines.
Trump team can't be trusted in leasing lawsuit — enviros
Conservation groups cannot depend on the Trump administration to represent their interests in litigation over oil and gas lease sales, environmental lawyers told a federal court yesterday.
FERC's environmental justice, climate review scrutinized
Energy regulators' review process for natural gas pipelines went under the microscope in federal court yesterday.