Ken Ward was one of five activists who turned valves off on several pipelines bringing oil from Canada to the United States.
Mohammed bin Salman is now first in line to the throne. At 31, he has already reshaped his country's role in the region. His biggest test will come as he tries to wean the kingdom off an oil economy.
Researchers are envisioning a future in which how we get around each day becomes cleaner, faster, greener ... and cheaper by combining three emerging technologies.
Business | Nation | Environment | EnergyNPR | June 15, 2017 10:21 a.m.
This ruling does not order the pipeline to cease operations. But it opens the door to that possibility. The federal judge found the Trump Administration failed to follow environmental procedures.
Transportation | Nation | Environment | News | EnergyOPB | June 13, 2017 9:54 a.m. | Portland
The proposed five-mile expansion would pass through the site of last year’s oil train derailment that spilled 40,000 gallons of crude oil and contaminated the town’s groundwater.
Oregon utility regulators are considering a request by Portland General Electric to sell nine oil storage tanks on the Columbia River near Clatskanie.
Colstrip, Mont., is home to the second-largest coal power plant in the West. The plant's customers in other states are turning away from coal, so locals are looking for support in making a transition.
The Washington Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision Thursday in a ruling that suggests the Port of Vancouver violated public meetings law while negotiating a lease for an oil terminal.
Environment | News | EnergyOPB | June 8, 2017 10:59 a.m. | Vancouver, Washington
More than 100 people testified before the Washington state energy board in Vancouver. It was one of the last opportunities for the public to sound off on a proposed oil terminal there.
A Skagit County, Washington, jury found climate activist Ken Ward guilty Wednesday of second degree burglary for turning off an oil pipeline.