Urine tests suggest higher than normal levels of a benzene near shale gas fields.
The University of Texas leases out 2 million acres of land to oil and gas companies and that's caused all sorts of pollution, some of which hasn't been cleaned up.
"There's no reason why you shouldn't have a job in this part of the world."
Scientists say it's "very possible" and "very probable" that three earthquakes this year, measuring 3.8 to 4.4 on the Richter scale, were caused by fracking in Fox Creek, Alberta. But locals aren't revolting against the industry.
The announcement comes as Refugio State Beach is set to reopen two months after a pipeline rupture spilled over one hundred thousand gallons of oil.
Ongoing protests over the government’s plans to tap shale gas reserves in the Sahara turn violent.
The Southern Tier's threat to revolt over Governor Cuomo's policies is evidence that New York's red-blue identity crisis has reached a boiling point.
The small town of In Salah is at the center of growing public opposition toward the Algerian government’s interest in using hydraulic fracturing in the Sahara.
Banks, think tanks, governments, and oil companies are all predicting Alberta's economy is in for a long, painful hangover thanks to weak global oil prices.
Nobody seems to know. But despite having no fixed definition, the term is still used by UK politicians and journalists of all types to make it seem like they have the public's well-being at heart.