The state’s races for governor and attorney general offer voters stark choices on the controversial energy project.
Ohio oil and gas drillers could use existing technology to find and fix most methane leaks at little or no cost to their bottom lines, according to experts on a recent panel at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
How Virginia’s new energy law plays out will be largely determined by a trio of appointed commissioners with extensive regulatory authority.
An Ohio oil refining company is finding opportunities in a changing climate, but advocates say those scenarios may be overly optimistic.
A new treatment method could allow drillers to clean and process wastewater on-site instead of transporting to wells.