Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Emboldened by the new Trump administration, anti-conservationists in Congress moved forward to repeal an Obama rule to stop the rampant waste from oil and gas operations on public lands.
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.
These guidelines, known collectively as the Wasted Gas Rule, are an important part of a suite of policies enacted over the past few years to update how energy is extracted on public lands.
UPDATE: A recent study by NASA and others on the large methane plume in the Four Corners region once again shows the urgent need for stronger federal standards to regulate meth
The announcement is part of several measures the Obama administration is taking to cut methane emissions by 40 to 45
By the time the public comment period ended on April 22, over 12,000 Wilderness Society supporters had submitted comments applauding a new rule that addressed natural gas waste on public lands—waste that is
Most oil and gas operators polled for the report say that new Colorado regulations—including mandated inspections of oil and gas o
Did you know that leaking methane gas has resulted in a cloud the size of Delaware hovering over the southwest part of our country?
On Jan. 22, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced guidelines to significantly curtail natural gas waste from oil and gas operations on federal lands.