'Blow up in their face.' Trump NEPA rule faces legal assault
President Trump vowed yesterday that a final rule on implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act would end "mountains of bureacratic red tape," but environmental lawyers say the revisions may have the opposite effect.
'Blow up in their face.' Trump NEPA rule faces scrutiny
President Trump promised yesterday that a newly finalized rulemaking undercutting a bedrock environmental statute would bring an end to "mountains and mountains of bureaucratic red tape" for American infrastructure.
D.C. Circuit backs contentious FERC energy storage order
A federal appeals court is upholding a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission order promoting the participation of energy storage technologies like batteries on the electric grid.
Tribal lands ruling: 'Total chaos' for oil?
A Supreme Court ruling yesterday declaring that nearly half of Oklahoma remains Native American reservation land is sparking anger in the oil industry. What does the decision mean for energy development?
BLM asks court to save 440 leases in sage grouse country
The Trump administration is appealing a federal judge's order this spring that tossed out 440 oil and gas leases on greater sage grouse habitat.