Oklahoma was hit with over 900 tremors of magnitude 3.0 or above in 2015 — and the fracking industry is widely blamed.
The Sooner State has gone from having one or two small earthquakes a year to nearly three a day, with more than 900 quakes of magnitude 3.0 or above in 2015.
Facing a record budget shortfall of $87 billion in 2016, Saudi Arabia announced plans on Monday to cut fuel subsidies for its citizens.
A budget deal just brokered in Congress includes lifting a ban on crude oil exports, which has been in place since 1975, in exchange for an extension of renewable energy tax credits.
The US Congress is considering lifting a four-decade-old ban on crude oil exports, which could exacerbate climate change — and further depress oil prices.
Following TransCanada's request for a delay in a US State Department decision over the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline, environmental groups are pushing the Obama administration to deny the request — and the pipeline altogether.
Just released transcripts from an international arbitration proceeding reveal oil contamination at sites supposedly cleaned up by the oil major.
The newly discovered Zohr field off the coast of Egypt could fulfill the country's electricity needs for a decade — and eliminate a need for Israeli gas supplies.
Democrats cannot agree on a sweeping climate change bill in California that would cut gaz-guzzling by 50 percent and boost renewable energy production by 2030.
He is the first sitting president to travel to Alaska's Arctic, but is facing criticism from environmentalists for allowing Shell to drill for oil in the Chukchi Sea.
Environmentalists say there's no safe way to drill for oil in the harsh and remote conditions of the Arctic.