Ohio DNR regulators said well operators must submit more comprehensive geological data when requesting a drill site, and track drilling wastewater electronically.
Specifying air curtains as energy-saving, cost-cutting alternatives to vestibules in 3,000-square-foot buildings and larger has been a recent trend.
The price has fallen about 27 percent this year and is at the lowest level in a decade, as oil prices continues to rise.
The American Nuclear Society suggest that standard evacuation zones, currently 10 miles, might need to be expanded in some cases.
President made his most urgent appeal yet for the nation to wean itself from oil, calling it a "fuel of the past" and demanding that the U.S. broaden its approach to energy.
From workplace safety to cost-containment and productivity concerns, today’s facilities managers have a lot on their plates. Fortunately, there are some areas of plant operations where managers can address all of these issues, including that one has traditionally been among the most problematic: the loading dock. These trends present challenges from both a safety and energy efficiency standpoint.
The city, and its wastewater treatment plants, said they "can't be a test case" when it comes to the technology used in gas drilling operations.
Natural gas is appealing to a lot of consumers: it comes from domestic sources, produces 30 percent fewer emissions than gasoline or diesel, and costs less.
Officials say a deal between Southwire Company and a Texas company means 1,450 jobs in Illinois and a step toward improving wind energy.
Alex Pourbaix said the company is working on plans for a new route that avoids the environmentally sensitive Nebraska Sandhills region.
The Ram 2500 Heavy Duty CNG truck will have a driving range of about 255 miles on natural gas alone, and will then switch to gasoline.
The Justice Department noted that the $7.8 billion settlement doesn't address "significant damages" to natural resources and the environment.
More than three years into the gas-drilling boom, the EPA and the state of Pennsylvania are tussling over the Marcellus Shale, which holds trillions of cubic feet of gas.
New research suggests an $80 billion U.S. financial gain from domestic fuels and bio-based products over the next 10 years.
When prices soared in 2008, the city's three U.S. automakers were caught flat-footed, but the recent success of their small cars is a good omen.
Gasoline prices are soaring again, leading to predictions of a gallon reaching $4.25 by late April, but big oil stocks aren't following suit.
Shares of First Solar dropped 10 percent on news that the Arizona-based company was struggling in "an aggressive competitive environment."
Two wells near a community complaining of polluted drinking water had problems during the drilling process, but no one has taken responsibility.
Nearly a year after it suffered multiple meltdowns, the chief has had to admit the plant is still rather "fragile."
Calgary-based TransCanada says the new project does not require presidential approval, unlike the Keystone XL, since it does not cross a U.S. border.
Mars want to build a 300-foot-tall turbine to meet its high environmental standards, but the FAA said it would interfere with airspace at nearby Forbes Field.
The president wants to close dozens of loopholes that let some companies pay little in taxes, but would make new ones for companies that invest in clean energy.
Albert "Jack" Stanley pleaded guilty to bribery charges leveled at the engineering services firm relating to its natural gas operations in Nigeria from 1995 to 2004.
Danish toy maker says its parent company is investing nearly $534 million over the next four years in the construction of a German offshore wind farm.
Gary May is now the highest-ranking Massey Energy employee to face criminal prosecution so far over the April 2010 explosion that killed 29.