The CSB doesn’t just provide vital safety guidance for chemical plant and oil rig managers — it also adds another layer of accountability.
DuPont is partnering with a start-up company called Luminati Aerospace to design body armor fabrics that weigh a fraction of current products.
Oil drilling isn’t like it used to be.
The proposal also erases funding for the agency’s climate change initiatives including its signature Clean Power Plan.
Since President Trump’s inauguration, the agency has stopped releasing press updates about safety violations and fines.
Thanks to the abundance of cheap natural gas, the industry is poised to see a wave of new plant openings and expansions.
A group of European firms have announced plans to build an artificial island they say could provide power for 80 million homes.
AkzoNobel recently fended off a $22 billion takeover bid from PPG Industries, one of its main rivals in the coatings industry.
Europe may soon have a battery factory that rivals Tesla’s massive Gigafactory.
After the fossil fuel industry bubble popped, workers have been forced to seek jobs elsewhere — and many may not be coming back.
Today, many see the EPA as an example of regulation gone amok, but there was a time when strong bipartisan support for the EPA existed.
The Keystone pipeline is expected to span 1,179 miles.
In southeastern Colorado, a workforce of about 1,400 remotely operated robots and forklifts carefully disassemble WWII-era bombs.
All told, about $808 billion worth of deals were withdrawn or rejected in 2016.
Scientists found a higher prevalence of one type of cancer in those aged 5-24 who lived in areas with high levels of oil and gas drilling.
A chemical company is hoping to fill the gap left behind by the Defender with a new no-frills, all-terrain vehicle.
California is one of the few states with a high-speed rail project in the works.
Organizers for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have found an innovate approach tackling the rising global issue of e-waste.
Around 266,000 tons of spent uranium fuel is currently being stored around the globe in short-term facilities.
China already has contingency plans to retaliate if it’s hit with high tariffs.
It seems like a simple part to manufacture, but making ballpoint pen tips has eluded Chinese manufacturers for years.
The companies involved in the many proposed deals have argued that the mergers will allow them to innovate and bring products to market faster.
Don't look down! At 565 meters tall (1,854 feet), the Beipanjiang Bridge soars high above a gigantic valley between two mountains in southwest China.
These labor shortages could bump up the costs of completing the planned repairs, delay work or even increase the risk of accidents.
Here’s an exclusive look at the innovative tech being used to keep the facilities cranking out the goods.
Big changes to how employers report injuries are here.
Oil may be cheap and abundant right now, but oil companies can feel the wind blowing in a new direction — literally.
The European Space Agency estimates that there are about 170 million bits and pieces of junk orbiting in various debris fields above Earth.
“A lot of people don’t realize that North Carolina is one of the biggest manufacturing states in the country,” Christopher Chung says.
It’s no secret that President-elect Donald Trump isn’t a fan of regulations in the energy industry and that he’s been skeptical of climate change.
Some energy companies have managed to thrive despite stagnating oil prices, while others go bankrupt. What gives?
The team that developed them said their goal was to create a new type of “swarm user interface.”
May 2017 will be a moment of truth for at least four of the country’s nuclear power plants.
A major explosion rocked a facility for the world’s largest chemical company on Monday.
At the second presidential debate, Trump said the Obama administration through the EPA was the chief culprit in the demise of coal country.
Although visually impressive, the film fails to send a powerful and much-needed message about the importance of operational safety.
After three attempts and months of speculation, Monsanto’s board agreed to a takeover deal by German-based Bayer.
The charges against Monsanto relate to sales of Roundup, the company’s best-selling weed killer.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is building the world's biggest fusion nuclear reactors.