Repeal deadline looms as Congress returns
As lawmakers return from April recess today, they face the final countdown on their opportunity to rescind an Obama-era rule controlling natural gas flaring, venting and leaking from energy operations on public lands.
Does methane rule review shut out public input?
The deadline for the Interior Department's review of the Methane and Waste Prevention Rule is quickly approaching. Supporters of the rule are questioning whether they'll have an opportunity to weigh in on expected changes to the regulation.
USGS ups resource estimate in Gulf Coast play
Federal scientists have quadrupled their estimate of how much natural gas is buried in a pair of Gulf Coast formations.
Changing Bears Ears designation is no Western energy bonanza
Widespread oil and gas activity in southeast Utah's Bears Ears National Monument is possible, but not probable, if the Trump administration makes any changes to the site's designation.
Executive order has broad implications for oil regulation
President Trump last week laid out a wide-ranging strategy to reduce the regulatory burden on companies extracting fossil fuels from public lands.