Colo. still compiling info of pipelines near homes
As Colorado regulators continue a first-of-its-kind inventory of oil and gas infrastructure located near homes, pressure is building on the state to make the information clearer and more accessible.
Facebook's Zuckerberg hears a lot about 'hope' in N.D.
Facebook Inc. founder Mark Zuckerberg visited the heart of North Dakota's Bakken Shale oil field this week and wrote a post that highlighted the plight of oil field workers.
Budget's in limbo again, and a gas tax is still unlikely
Pennsylvania lawmakers adjourned last night without passing a plan to fund the state government, but they appeared poised to reject Gov. Tom Wolf's proposal to tax the gas industry for the third year in a row.
'Perfect storm' fears raise Enbridge Line 5 safety issues
Michigan residents raised pointed questions yesterday about a report that analyzed the safety of an aging oil pipeline that runs through the Great Lakes.
Ill. gears up for fight over first fracking well
A company has applied for the first high-volume hydraulic fracturing permit in Illinois, prompting protests from environmentalists.