Paul blasted the "alarmist" claims that extreme weather events are caused by climate change.
Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) said Wednesday that a recent Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) water rule was “bureaucratic overreach” that will harm U.S. farmers.
Murray Energy Corp. blasted the new coal-dust rule as “deeply flawed” and technologically unachievable.
The National Research Council found a "significant liability" in the event of an oil spill.
Texas-based Aruba Petroleum Inc. will have to pay nearly $3 million to a family for the harm that Aruba’s hydraulic fracturing — or fracking — operations caused, after what the plaintiffs’ attorneys are calling the first trial regarding fracking damages in the United States.
Unions and health experts had urged even stronger limits.
New Hampshire’s congressional delegation is urging the State Department to thoroughly review any proposal by the operator of the Portland-Montreal Pipe Line to use it carry oil from Canada’s oil sands to the United States.
A Duke Energy Corp. executive told North Carolina lawmakers Tuesday that moving its coal ash away from rivers and lakes in the state could cost up to $10 billion and take decades — and its customers are likely to pay for it.
She warned the safety of freight rail oil trains has been compromised “far too often."