Pipeline expansion sparks battles in 3 states
Two years after it started moving oil out of North Dakota, the Dakota Access oil pipeline is asking for permission to nearly double its capacity — touching off the same environmental and regulatory concerns that led to massive protests and a presidential order blocking the project in 2016.
EIA numbers wrong about oil production — report
The U.S. government's forecast for oil production is overly optimistic about the potential for shale plays like the Permian Basin and Bakken formations, according to a report from the Post Carbon Institute.
EPA may let oil waste in waterways. Is the public at risk?
Within a year, Oklahoma could get approval from EPA to start issuing permits that will allow the oil industry to dispose of briny oil field waste in waterways, alarming environmentalists and making it the first of three Southwestern states to step into a thorny regulatory landscape.
3 questions about the Keystone spill
Federal regulators have ordered TC Energy to shut down its Keystone pipeline until an investigation is complete into an oil spill that occurred last week in North Dakota.
Texas passes constitutional amendment to aid storm recovery
Texas voters approved moving some of the state's reserve fund to help pay for recovery from Hurricane Harvey and prevent damage from future storms.