The North Dakota Industrial Commission is preparing to finalize a package of rules governing pipelines, and neither the oil industry nor landowners are happy.
Todd Melby’s 30-minute documentary, “Black Gold Boom,” focuses on a debate over oil on a western North Dakota Indian reservation and lives of transplanted couples and families.
A recent analysis of oil and gas production data for Ohio’s Utica shale play casts doubt on earlier optimistic projections from both industry and state government sources.
Top Michigan officials announced Tuesday that the state would not call on Enbridge Energy to shut down a controversial oil pipeline that runs along the floor of the Great Lakes, suggested that the line may have a limited lifespan.
As the oil and gas industry pushes for new laws exempting information about pipeline infrastructure from being released to the public in the name of national security, advocates say doing could actually increase the risk for everyone.
Drilling for oil and gas, which has increased substantially in many parts of the country over the past decade, has impacted millions of acres of agricultural and range land.
An administrative law judge in St. Paul this week is expected to issue an advisory opinion that regulators will use to resolve some thorny questions around the proposed Sandpiper pipeline.
The amount of radioactive oil field waste disposed in North Dakota landfills will likely increase under a rule change being considered by state officials.
Oil trains are passing through and sitting idle for hours in the same low-income, largely black and Latino Chicago neighborhoods that have been at the center of recent high-profile environmental justice struggles.
Late last year, developers proposed a 40,000-barrel-a-day refinery in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Since that time, “not a peep” has been said about the project.