A new federal rule seeks to curb significant waste and benefit our nation by reducing the output of one of the largest contributors to global warming—methane gas.
Wasting natural gas, a common practice for the oil and gas industry, has tremendous consequences for taxpayers.
As more and more towns experience tremors in regions that have historically never reported seismic events, scientists are investigating whether hydraulic fracturing could be responsible for earthquakes.
The Wilderness Society's Pete Morton, Director of Economics, talks about the affordability of extracting natural gas.
The oil and gas industry claims that the only way to address our country’s numerous energy issues is to open more public lands and waters to oil and natural gas drilling.
Its widespread use is causing concerns from communities and conservationists worried about the effects it could have on water and land.
To hear the oil and gas industry tell it, we just aren’t drilling enough.
Industry sitting on millions of unused acres, thousands of unused leases despite PR campaign