Barriers to Fracking Falling Away in New Brunswick

Defeat is in sight for a six-year crusade to keep “fracked” natural gas out of New Brunswick as a Canadian fortress of environmental purity, according to a provincial inquiry.

March 11, 2016

Tuscaloosa Trending — Check Back in Six Months

Whether the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale turns out to be the kind of prospect that ranks among energy industry biggies is still a waiting game, one of the trend’s followers said Tuesday.

June 28, 2012

Raucous New York Hearing Drills Down on Proposed Shale Rules

In a day-long hearing Thursday before New York legislators that was at times slowed by audience jeers and shouting, regulators and business leaders urged the state to support expanding natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale.

October 7, 2011

Producers Mindful of Water in Drought-Ravaged Texas

The record-breaking drought gripping Texas has the state’s reservoir/aquifer managers eyeing water levels and issuing warnings. But lower water reserves apparently have not seriously affected oil and gas activities in the state, at least not yet.

June 15, 2011