In response to Rebecca Tell's letter ("Pipeline that leads to global disaster," Sept. 26), after five years and four favorable State Department studies, every possible question about Keystone XL has been asked and answered to the satisfaction of the American people - 65 percent of whom supported moving forward in the latest Pew poll.
The U.S. boom in natural-gas production is luring investment from foreign manufacturers eager to tap a cheap, abundant supply of fuel and feedstocks.
California Governor Jerry Brown, preparing the state for development of the largest shale-oil reserves in the U.S., signed into law regulations for hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a process that has been criticized by environmental groups.
Hollywood's green agenda drives up the cost of the comfortable country life
California Governor Jerry Brown said he'll approve regulations for hydraulic fracturing criticized by environmental groups as the state prepares for development of the largest shale-oil reserves in the U.S.
A new study has concluded that the controversial natural gas development method known as fracking releases "significantly lower" emissions of the greenhouse gas methane thanks to pollution control equipment.
As the Office of Management and Budget reviews U.S. EPA's proposal for 2014 renewable fuel volumes, Congress continues to debate a legislative fix to the policy.
A steelmaking company based in Dubai has chosen Buffalo for development of a new $102 million plant that will employ an estimated 172 workers.
The natural gas boom may be America's best antipoverty program.
The economic and employment contributions from U.S. unconventional oil and gas production are now being felt throughout the U.S. economy, increasing household incomes, boosting trade and contributing to a new increase in U.S. competitiveness in the world economy, a new study by IHS finds.