Officials split on odorizing gas in transmission lines
Pipeline officials and experts are split on whether the natural gas in transmission pipelines should be odorized to help detect leaks, according to a review by congressional researchers.
Pruitt says emissions dip shows Trump is right
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt officially adopted the oil and gas industry's talking point on greenhouse gas emissions yesterday, trumpeting a slight reduction as evidence that Obama-era energy restrictions aren't needed.
'"Drain the swamp" means polluting more' — ex-deputy chief
ELON, N.C. — Stan Meiburg doesn't like what's happening at EPA — the agency he called home for just shy of 40 years. He says it's "pretty obvious" the current presidential administration's policy is to "destroy" the agency he helped to lead as a career official.
Okla. AG seeks to disqualify watchdog group
Oklahoma's attorney general is seeking to disqualify a watchdog group that's suing him for access to records.
Watchdog group sues again on Tar Creek, seeks Inhofe emails
A Washington watchdog group is again suing the Oklahoma attorney general's office seeking records from the time Scott Pruitt led the office.