Trump admin, NextEra align in transmission case
The Trump administration is joining NextEra Energy Inc. in urging a federal court to reconsider a case on a 2019 Texas law giving already established utilities priority in constructing transmission lines.
Railway asks court for 2nd shot at Bakken crude dispute
A railway company this week asked a federal court to rehear its plea to block an American Indian tribe's challenge to crude oil shipments close to a reservation in Washington state.
Lawsuits: Pandemic is 'not the time' to build LNG terminals
Environmental groups and local residents are calling on the courts to stop three liquefied natural gas export terminals in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, highlighting the importance of stopping the projects amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Lawsuits loom as KXL backers march toward construction
As a Canadian oil firm prepares to build its embattled Keystone XL pipeline across the U.S. border, legal experts say the company could use the project's construction status to protect it against an onslaught of ongoing litigation.
BLM drops appeal of order blocking sage grouse plan
The Bureau of Land Management is dropping its appeal of a temporary court order blocking the Trump administration's greater sage grouse plan.