Opponents of a methanol plant proposed in Kalama, Washington, are challenging the environmental review of the project.
The October 2015 leak at the Aliso Canyon plant in Los Angeles, which displaced 8,000 families, shows that U.S. gas storage infrastructure is old and requires improvement, say federal officials.
Long synonymous with wealth and luxury, the desert kingdom is looking for ways to plug a growing budget deficit.
Nation | Environment | EnergyNPR | Oct. 18, 2016 12:50 p.m.
Amy Goodman will not face criminal charges for her coverage of an oil pipeline protest in North Dakota last month. Prosecutors say they may still bring charges later.
The company backing a proposed coal export terminal at the Port of Morrow on the Columbia River announces it is leaving the project and instead is exporting coal to South Korea through a terminal Canada.
A company with coal mines in Wyoming and Montana said Thursday that it's begun exporting fuel to Asia through a Canadian port — a rare bit of a positive news for an industry that's been in a prolonged tailspin.
Business | Nation | Environment | Science | EnergyNPR | Oct. 13, 2016 6:01 a.m.
On Tuesday, activists targeted five pipelines carrying crude oil into the U.S. from Canada, as construction resumed on a North Dakota pipeline. Twenty-seven protesters were arrested.