An analysis of state contracts to plug orphaned wells reveals that cleanup costs might creep into the billions of dollars.
Companies injected trade secret chemicals into more than 1,400 wells in the state from 2013 to 2018, a report says.
‘Fingers crossed’ for strong turnout against offshore drilling at last-minute North Carolina hearings
Starting tonight in Wilmington, Gov. Roy Cooper’s administration is hosting three public hearings this week on President Trump’s tentative plans to allow drilling off the North Carolina coast.
Next week, Michigan officials plan to publicly release a highly anticipated draft report about potential alternative routes for an aging oil and gas pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac between Lakes Michigan and Huron.
The latest state budget from Ohio Gov. John Kasich renews his effort to increase the severance tax for oil and natural gas. And once again, that proposal is meeting with opposition from some state lawmakers and leaders in the state’s oil and gas industry.