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A solar-powered plane has landed in Texas, completing the second leg of a trip across the United States.
Two West Virginia colleges are teaming up to open a new training center for people who want to work in the oil and gas industry, complete with indoor and outdoor laboratories to simulate drilling operations.
An energy company has received approval to start construction of a new natural gas processing plant in northwestern North Dakota.
The campaign targets companies that own most of the world’s coal, oil and natural gas reserves.
Japan’s nuclear watchdog on Wednesday endorsed a panel’s conclusion that a seismic fault running underneath one of two reactors at an atomic plant in western Japan is active, making the reactor’s restart virtually impossible.
A northeast Ohio injection well operator whose owner faces federal charges of violating the Clean Water Act is seeking permission to resume operations.
The price of oil fell below $93 per barrel Thursday after a survey showed manufacturing activity in China falling to its lowest level in seven months, a sign that the recovery in the world’s No. 2 economy is fading.
A House vote is expected Wednesday.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, who was sworn in Tuesday as the nation’s new energy secretary, said he will put on hold about 20 applications to export liquefied natural gas until he reviews studies on what impact the exports would have on domestic natural gas supplies and prices.
While 87 ships sunk deep off America’s coasts have the potential to leak tens of millions of gallons of oil, a new federal report concludes that “the scope of the problem is much more manageable than initially feared.”