The amount of radioactive oil field waste disposed in North Dakota landfills will likely increase under a rule change being considered by state officials.
Numerous industry and environmental interests are weighing in on high-profile federal litigation over the legality of Minnesota’s restrictions on imported coal power.
The frantic pace of drilling, combined with a state government looking the other way, is putting North Dakota oil field workers at considerable risk, according to a documentary that will air Monday.
Minnesota’s community solar boom, Wisconsin’s utility fight and Ohio’s renewable energy freeze were among our top stories for 2014.
North Dakota officials don’t plan to shift their focus on coal, they say, despite impending EPA rules which could make things much more difficult for the state’s industry.
After sitting idle for more than two years, a state-of-the-art North Dakota coal plant is about to produce energy – made more viable by recycling its waste heat for other purposes.
A federal judge on Friday struck down a Minnesota law requiring carbon offsets for imported coal power, saying the provision violated the Commerce Clause.
A December derailment in North Dakota marked the third high-profile oil train explosion in the past six months and has reignited a debate over the relative safety of rail and pipeline transport.
As new oil wells crop up by the thousands in the mineral-rich Bakken play in northwest North Dakota, nearby Theodore Roosevelt National Park has experienced spikes in haze-causing pollution, according to a new study.
Chambers of Commerce in 20 states are calling on the EPA to leave fracking oversight to state regulators.