D.C. court wades into messy feud between energy researchers
A high-profile dispute between a Stanford University professor and an energy researcher who criticized his work landed in court yesterday, as both sides argued over whether the $10 million defamation lawsuit should move forward.
Environmentalists lost big on LNG exports. Now what?
After years of fever-pitched opposition to liquefied natural gas exports, the Sierra Club quietly pulled its last LNG lawsuit from federal court last month. The withdrawal followed a series of losses in similar cases, a subdued end to environmentalists' chief legal campaign against shipping U.S. natural gas around the world.
Sabal Trail permits 'defective and unlawful' — enviros
Environmental lawyers are urging a federal court to reject pleas from the government and pipeline developers to keep a Southeast natural gas project in service.
States, enviros urge court to reinstate methane limits
The Trump administration squared off with two states and a coalition of environmentalists yesterday over the future of Obama-era standards for methane emissions on public lands.
Enviros sue over Gulf of Mexico wastewater dumping
Environmentalists are heading to court over U.S. EPA's approval of offshore waste management practices in the Gulf of Mexico.