Hurricane Florence will make landfall in the Carolinas on the same day the US Department of Energy announces that the US has likely surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia in crude oil production.
Urine tests suggest higher than normal levels of a benzene near shale gas fields.
Ongoing protests over the government’s plans to tap shale gas reserves in the Sahara turn violent.
The fracking industry is pretty confident about winning reluctant Scots over and dealing with any "hardcore" protesters.
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.
Despite oil and natural gas prices hitting rock bottom, the fossil fuels industry still has big plans for Quebec.
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.
The current slump in oil prices could spell the end of North American fracking, but will price volatility mean trouble for the more financially stable tar sands?
After years of debate and two environmental studies, Quebec's government has decided not to allow shale oil and gas extraction.