Tag Archives: energy
The Sunset Commission nixed a recommendation to change the Texas Railroad Commission’s name to one that actually describes its role regulating oil and gas....Read More
Texans tempted by solar power leases may have to give up more than they realize.
The dust has largely settled when it comes to oil and gas rights, but landowners tempted by solar power leases may have to give up more than they realize....Read More
Set to retire in January, the Republican reflects on controversial energy legislation, whether climate change is real, and his grudging support for Trump....Read More
The Clinton versus Sanders fight largely lay dormant at the 2016 Texas Democratic Convention — until it really, really didn't.
Though Texas Democratic Party officials had worked hard to paper over the divisions between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton supporters throughout the weekend...Read More
Ranchers were awarded 30 times the amount the company vying to build the pipeline had offered as compensation for rights-of-way around the buried pipe....Read More
Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science.
Texas' attorney general is seeking to block a Virgin Islands investigation into whether the oil giant misled the public and shareholders about climate science....Read More
Nearly four dozen landowners in the pristine path of the Trans Pecos pipeline are facing eminent domain lawsuits from the energy company behind the project....Read More