News bites: Steyer offers a look at new anti-Keystone XL effort

The head of the International Energy Agency said the United States shale gas boom is unlikely to be topped by other countries, Platts reports.

Billionaire and climate activist Tom Steyer gives The San Francisco Chronicle a sneak peek at his new campaign to push President Obama to scrap the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline.

While other oil companies want to end the renewable fuel standard, a biofuels blending mandate, BP is fighting to preserve it, Bloomberg reports.

Norway's Parliament has decided to allow drilling in the nation's Arctic waters, The Associated Press notes.

The Washington Post explores the link between climate change and starving migratory birds.