Critics worry about leakage through rock layers, pipeline safety and the lackluster record of the technology onshore.
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Recent “upsets” like tripped compressors, pressure loss and freezing weather resulted in thousands of pounds of illegal pollution but no fines or citations.
The industrial takeover of Freeport’s East End, a historically Black community, is almost complete.
Regulators say the company fixed flaws at Freeport LNG which led compressed methane to burst from a pipe and catch fire.
In between a trip to Scotland, Local Hero lets viewers glimpse a bygone Bayou City of 40 years ago.
Texas utility regulators are hawking a convoluted and costly policy for grid reliability—despite strong resistance from energy experts and even big business.
Oil sector advocates pushed hard against an ozone nonattainment designation, which would have required oilfield emissions reductions.
Al Gore talks about what’s next for the environmental movement in Texas and beyond.
Deepwater terminals in the Gulf would fuel output and growth despite the Biden administration's promises of steep emissions cuts.
Carrizo Comecrudo members have beaten three proposed LNG export terminals. But two projects remain, fueled by the war in Ukraine.