Citing climate views, nominee pledges 'balance' on energy
The nominee to lead the Interior Department's energy-focused bureaus pledged to back the Trump administration's goal of reaching "energy dominance" and appeared to support reliance on an array of resources as a means to that end.
DOE greenlights Fla. exports
Federal regulators last week permitted small-scale liquefied natural gas exports from a facility on Florida's eastern shore.
Groups ask for higher royalties on energy extraction
A coalition of conservation groups, revenue experts and Western ranchers is asking the Interior Department to add a new item to its regulatory to-do list.
Nominee vows to translate Alaska experience to federal energy
Joseph Balash plans to draw heavily from his experience managing Alaskan lands if he is chosen to lead the Interior Department's suite of off- and onshore energy bureaus.
2 House Dems blast membership of royalty panel
The Interior Department's newly assembled royalty committee stacks the deck in favor of the fossil fuel industry, two key House Democrats wrote in a letter to the agency today.